The harsh reality is that it may never be possible to completely remove any form of plague, not even from the bowels of this earth. And yet, there is just so much that can be done to ensure that as many people as possible are saved from the next plague. In view of the current plague, it may be too late to tackle the pandemic like a knight in shining armor facing up to the giant dragon breathing great balls of fire.
And yet, people from all walks of life, if they could just be positive for just this once, could come to see what a difference their modest contributions could make. The old saying applies. Every bit helps. But in the meantime, there are important stakeholders who are currently stepping up to the plate in a big way. They must, and as awareness continues to grow, they can. One such example is the commercial tick control auburn technicians.
There is now a greater demand for their services now that more people are becoming aware that the excessive prevalence of ticks could be a dangerous contributor to the spreading of the virus. These technicians are, of course, not just dealing with ticks. They are also dealing with fleas and mosquitoes. All three of these insect species, it is now known, could be carriers of any form of virus at any one time.
Even a modest infestation seen here and there should no longer be taken lightly. It needs no reminding that this is simply a case of stating the obvious. Because surely to goodness, if a handful of ticks are spotted in what is usually a dirty yard, and they are ignored they will only breed further and spread their germs.