Brazilian Government take decisive steps to eradicate the Zika virus transmission by sending an unmanned aircraft (drone) to find and destroy the Aedes aegypti mosquito breeding centers that also carry dengue fever.
Sao Paulo, the most populated city in Brazil, using drones to find the effect of a mosquito in the garden, terrace houses, and buildings.
Zika virus has been suspected as a cause of birth defects, so the federal government’s intensifying campaign to prevent the disease by examining and fumigating homes and business buildings.
Approximately 60 million people living in residential and business center into a target drone for inspection purposes in Brazil. Behind the building is inspected 27.5 million, 60 percent resulting in a difficult home approached because resident prevent soldiers and government officials entered their residence for personal reasons.
A member of the local legislature, Mato Grosso, approved legislation that allows for the use of drones to fight mosquitoes in the city. “That government is using drones to enter such territory. Issues of personal debate between the federal government and the people,” said Grosso deplore, as reported by Sputnik News on February 22, 2016.
According to the secretary of the Department of Health of Sao Paulo, Alexander Padilha, drones are sophisticated tools to fight the epidemic Zika virus that has spread throughout Latin America. Equipped with video cameras, drones allows the operator to see the potential mosquito breeding sites from the air.