The Quickest And Easiest Way To Control Mosquitoes Around Your Yard is reporting the first confirmed case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in the Mobile, Alabama area.

A Mobile resident has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), lab reports confirm. The 66-year-old male patient remained hospitalized Friday in Mobile. He resides in the 36618 ZIP code of Mobile County.

Eastern Equine Encephalitis is one of the most severe mosquito-transmitted diseases in the United States with a mortality rate of approximately 33 percent, said Dr. Bernard Eichold, Health Officer of Mobile County. “It’s a very serious illness that can leave significant brain damage in survivors.”

Eastern Equine Encephalitis and other mosquito-borne viruses such as West Nile Virus are transmitted from bird to mosquito to bird. Mosquitoes can spread these viruses by feeding on the blood of infected birds and then biting another host animal or mammal such as a horse or human. Although humans and horses can become ill from the infection, the diseases cannot be spread from people or horses. The likelihood of transmission to humans can be decreased by avoiding mosquitoes. There is no vaccine available for humans, Eichold said.

Mosquitoes live and breed in damp areas, especially smelly, and static water.
Take these two simple steps to control the mosquito invasion of your yard and home.

BugMaster Mosquito Control Tips

1. Always close the lid of your garbage cans.


2. Always turn over your wheelbarrows and buckets


Anything that can collect and hold water is the perfect place for mosquitos to make a home. Take back your yard and try to decrease the static water and damp areas in your yard and around your house.

If you have any questions about mosquito control around your home and yard, or to schedule an appointment for our Pro Mosquito Home Treatment please contact your BugMaster tech today at ( or call 251.666.4402.

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Don’t let mosquitoes ruin your summer. At BugMaster, we’re on call to help you stay protected. For more information or questions about our products, visit us online or call us at our Mobile location at 251-666-4402 or Daphne location, 251-626-6667.

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About BugMasterMobile

BugMaster Exterminator, Inc, located in Mobile and Baldwin County Alabama, is a locally owned and operated pest control, termite, and wildlife extraction company since 1975. And with over 40 years experience in the pest control industry we realize the importance of a company’s commitment to quality, professional personnel, proactive programs and innovative products. BugMaster complies with all relevant state required health and safety regulations. As required by the State of Alabama, we not only carry liability insurance, but we are also bonded. We offer our total satisfaction guarantee with your regularly scheduled treatments. BugMaster will make sure you the job is done right and thorough. Because we hold our company and our team to uncompromising standards of quality, we at BugMaster work collectively and personally to guarantee that your quality of service is the BEST in Mobile, Alabama and Baldwin County. BugMaster Specializes In: * Residential * AIB Facilities * Healthcare * Hospitality Industry * Food Service * Property Management * Retail * Municipal Transportation * Small Business * Schools/Universities * Manufacturing * Food & Beverage * Processing * Warehouse * Marine As the Premier pest control Provider for our area we at BugMaster can meet all your local and regional pest needs.
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