Chickenpox is extremely contagious. It is simply passed between members of families and school classmates throughout droplets in exhaled air, airborne particles, and fluid from blisters or sores. It also can be transmitted in some way by contact with articles of clothing and other items exposed to fresh drainage from open sores. Patients are contagious up to five days (more commonly, 1-2 days) before and 5 days after the date that their rash comes out. When all of sores have crusted over, Person is generally no longer contagious.
A mosquito bite can signify much more than a few days of itching. For several people, they can cause rigorous allergic reactions.
Mosquitoes also spread illness. The West Nile virus made its first look in the U.S. in 1999 and that year, New York confirmed 62 cases and 7 deaths. By 2011, the number of cases had raised significantly. In 2011 alone, the CDC reported 690 cases of West Nile all over the U.S. and 43 deaths.
Malaria is the mosquito-transmitted disease. “We do not consider about this disease, but a million people worldwide die of malaria every year,” says Greg Baumann, senior scientist with the National Pest Management Association Inc.