We have mosquito mat doors for all doors and windows. They will be kept closed generally. In the evenings we will keep the doors closed so that no mosquito will enter the house. All rooms are provided with allout mosquito repellent cartridges and we have a mosquito bat also which will be used very rarely as no mosquito will be there in the house.
Once in while our municipal corporation will arrange for spraying mosquito repellent powder in the street at that time, we will keep all our doors closed and only after 15 to 20 minutes only the doors will be opened. With these precautions, we are able to avoid the mosquitos in our house. In addition to all this, we have a mosquito net to my granddaughter as an additional precaution.
Honesty is the best policy.
When it rains, the next few days see a rise in the mosquitoes and most families use the plugin liquid mosquito repellant. Around our flats, there is a regular fogging done daily in the evenings. We close down the windows and have fine-meshed sheets that are fixed to the inner side of the frame of the windows. We have the mosquito bat handy for the ones that buzz around during bedtime.
When you get into a cab or a taxi in the evenings or early mornings, you'll soon find that mosquitoes are biting your ankles. I remember the childhood days when people used to pour a little kerosene into stagnant waters around homes. Also, we used to have the mosquito nets that are fixed to four corners, covering the cot or beds, it was tricky to quickly get into the net without leaving too much of a gap for a longer time.
No life without Sun
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease