Setting the record straight… Cockroaches are NOT KNOWN TO Transmit Coronavirus…The problem with cockroaches (other than being cockroaches) is that as they move about their bodies become contaminated with bacteria which is then transferred to other surfaces they encounter–such as our kitchens and food. There is only one known virus that cockroaches carry. It is not Coronavirus. The scientific community is studying whether cockroaches can transmit Coronavirus. Right now, cockroaches are not known to transmit Coronavirus. You still don’t want to share space with cockroaches and the other nasty germs we know they carry.
Cockroaches are NOT KNOWN TO Transmit Coronavirus
About the Author: Garrett Thrasher
Garrett Thrasher is Vice President and General Manager of Thrasher Termite & Pest Control of So Cal, Inc. is recognized for his expertise in bed bug control and termite control. Garrett is author of The Bed Bug Battle Plan: Field Tested Solutions for Bed Bug Extermination and Prevention (ISBN: 1500838209). He is the chairperson of Pest Control Operator's of California (PCOC) Termite Committee and past chairperson of the San Diego District of PCOC. Garrett’s solid understanding of pests in San Diego, their behavior, current outbreaks, and experience on camera has made him a leading contact for news and media outlets. He has spoken at PestWorld and PestTech, and was featured in PCT Magazine and the PCT Podcast. He takes pride in continuing to lead and help the pest control industry provide the safest and most efficient methods of pest control while preserving the environment as best as possible. In his spare time Garrett coaches his daughter’s Micro Soccer team (5-year-olds) and enjoys golfing.
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