Yes! Mosquito control is considered an essential public health service during Shelter-in-Place orders. Public Health mosquito control programs help mitigate the impact and spread of vector borne diseases and illness. Clarke's mosquito control products, equipment and service businesses remain fully operational. Read more about this here.
For more information about the role of public health mosquito control in the U.S., see the Association of State and Territorial Health Organization's (ASTHO) Public Health Confronts the Mosquito and National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Capabilities Based Framework for Mosquito Control in the U.S.
Yes! Aquatic services are also considered an essential public health service during Shelter-in-Place orders. Aquatics services manage weed and algae species to help maintain healthy waterways and prevent water-borne diseases and illness, including Harmful Algal Blooms. Clarke Aquatics remains fully operational. Read more about this here.
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