Campaign to avoid sale of electronic mosquito repellents by major airlines begins to bear fruit A campaign to stop the sale of electronic mosquito repellents by major airlines is starting to bear fruit with the immediate withdrawal of the products from KLM flights silagra-rx.com . The presssing issue being these electronic repellents, sold to airline passengers, many on their way to malaria endemic countries, just don’t function. Dr. Bart Knols, editor of the advocacy internet site MalariaWorld discovered that digital repellents were for sale by KLM on a recently available flight he made. The publicity claimed that the ‘device emits a minimal frequency sound that’s unbearable to mosquitoes’ and Knols, realizing that there is evidence these sound emitting devices don’t work and could give travellers the false impression that they were protected against mosquitoes and subsequently malaria, took action.
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