I Love the Smell of Naled in the Morning—Battle Against Zika

An update on Zika. First area in Florida where Zika was found was in Wynwood. There are now 14 cases of Zika infection. All originating in the Wynwood section—a one square mile area north of downtown. A few weeks after that they found a few more Zika cases here in Miami Beach. They created another Zika zone. Five people have been infected, apparently by mosquitoes in Miami Beach now. In Wynwood, the first area that had Zika, they keep spraying Naled by airplane. Aerial spraying got underway, hitting that buffer zone margin of safety. It’s been a bit controversial. The EPA says Naled is totally cool and safe, but it’s actually banned in Europe.

2 Responses to "I Love the Smell of Naled in the Morning—Battle Against Zika"

  1. Malcolm Clark   November 11, 2016 at 7:14 pm

    hey folks – you all know that the Zika “crisis” is as fabricated and the official polio story, right?


  2. Marie   November 12, 2016 at 8:27 pm

    In a massive study of 12,000 pregnant women from Columbia infected with the Zika virus, none of them gave birth to a baby with microcephaly. (Breitbart website) A larvicide, pyriproxyfen, had been added to the drinking water in Brazil beginning in late 2014, just prior to the outbreak of microcephaly. “. . . efforts to halt the spread of mosquitoes infected with the Zika virus might only make the outbreak [of microcephaly] worse.” “Significant numbers of microcephaly cases have not been reported outside of Brazil, despite the spread of the Zika virus.”


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