There are serious diseases such as Dengue, Zika and Chincuncuya that we know are transmitted through the mosquito bite.
However, the World Health Organization (WHO) assures that there are no indications or evidence that the virus can be transmitted through the bite of these insects.
In any case, it’s recommended to always be alert with respect to mosquitoes, since contracting any of these diseases would weaken the immune system, and you could be more prone to get the COVID-19.
This is one of the most dangerous myths today, there are those who recommend spraying the body with alcohol or chlorine to end the Coronavirus.
But, the WHO has clarified that this would not have any effect for viruses that have already entered our body or are in the environment where we move or live.
It also warns of something very important, spraying or spraying these substances can damage clothing and in more serious cases the skin or mucous membranes (eyes, mouth, etc.).
Many health institutions such as hospitals and now airports and airlines use certain devices with ultraviolet light to sanitize environments and each surface.
Although this type of light is highly effective in killing bacteria and viruses, there is still no device specifically designed for humans.
Using this type of light directly on the skin could have very harmful effects and damage the dermis tissues, so please do not do it.