ID#: 20522
While standing in an outdoor environment, the pregnant woman depicted here, was in the process of applying a mosquito repellant to any exposed skin. Application of repellants will help to protect her from being bitten by a possible mosquito disease vector, and in turn, her unborn baby from a vector-borne disease, including Zika virus. Here, she was spraying the repellant into her hand, which she would then apply to sensitive areas such as her face and neck, i.e., see PHIL 20523. Note that this soon-to-be mother was dressed, so as to cover her exposed skin, thereby, hiding it from the bite of hungry mosquitoes. See PHIL 20521, for another view of this lady’s repellant application activity.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Division of Vector-borne Diseases
Creation Date: 2016
Photo Credit:
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