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GETTING TO KNOW RAT
They gnaw and damage building structures, furniture, ceiling board, electrical wiring, conduits, computer cables, wooden doors, food and food packages and plastic ware etc.
They transmit and spread diseases such as: - Leptospirosis, Hantavirus, Rabies, Typhus, Plague and Chagas’ disease. Their droppings, urine and hair can contaminate food and utensils, and leave a foul smell. top Biology and behaviour

Rodents are a main concern to public health. They cause major problems all over the world. They are persistent and are our worse enemy. They are adaptable to all kinds of environment and they breed all year round. Depending very much on the surrounding environment they have the ability to reproduce very quickly. The Norway rat can be found along the coast and riverbanks. They can also be found in basements and lower parts of any building. The house rat can be found indoors. They are very agile, aggressive, strong and can climb walls. The rodent population can multiply very quickly in places like hawker centres, wet markets and even restaurants where food and water are plentiful.

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Regarding safety with insect repellent use on children and pregnant women:

  • Children may be at greater risk for adverse reactions to repellents, in part, because their exposure may be greater.
  • Keep repellents out of the reach of children.
  • Do not allow children to apply repellents to themselves.
  • Do not apply repellents to the hands of young children because this may result in accidental eye contact or ingestion.
  • Try to reduce the use of repellents by dressing children in long sleeves and long pants tucked into boots or socks whenever possible. Use netting over strollers, playpens, etc.
  • As with chemical exposures in general, pregnant women should take care to avoid exposures to repellents when practical, as the fetus may be vulnerable.

Regardless of which repellent product used, it is recommended that the label is read before use and directions carefully followed. Usage instructions for repellents vary from country to country. Some insect repellents are not recommended for use on younger children.

 
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