Mosquito is the most dangerous creature in the world. Due to mosquito-borne diseases, almost a million people die every year worldwide. About 3,500 species of mosquitoes are found in the whole world. Think of what if the mosquitoes are eliminated from the world? If you are scared of diseases caused by mosquitoes, then it is good news for you. Google’s parent company, Alphabet Ink, has discovered an unsurpassed way to eliminate mosquitoes from around the world.
Preparing to Eliminate Mosquitoes
Scientists in California have started preparations for the destruction of mosquitoes from the world. This is the first time, when Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc is working on the gloomy mosquito erosion around the world. Many companies related to Life Sciences are also working on this. Alphabet is in the process of eliminating mosquitoes with the help of a smart contact lens and with the help of the Artificial Intelligence Application.
Health Chief Executive posted
Google’s company alphabet is very aggressive to eliminate mosquitoes from all over the world. Google has also appointed a health chief executive for this. Many governments and businessmen around the world are also ready to help with the problem of mosquitoes. In 2019, eliminating mosquitoes for Google will be a challenging task.
Horror Figures from mosquitoes
- There are more than 106 countries in the 3.3 billion population of the entire world, which have a threat of malaria.
- The highest cases of malaria in India have come from many states of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tripura and Meghalaya and North East.
- In 2016, 21.60 million cases of malaria were reported worldwide and 4.45 lakh deaths were reported.
- In 2015, Malaria had 21.10 million cases and 4.46 lakh deaths were reported.
- By 2030, the Central Government had planned to liberate the country from malaria to get rid of malaria.
- India is the fourth country in the world where the highest number of deaths is from malaria.
- Most of the deaths in malaria disease are in Nigeria