There is no evidence that mosquitoes transmit the coronavirus from human to human. Other stinging insects do not seem to be particularly dangerous for the transmission of the virus.
The virus is thought to spread primarily from person to person, including people who are in close contact with each other, like about six feet. And through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land in the mouth or nose of nearby people or can be inhaled into the lungs.
The World Health Organization has also indicated that there is no information or evidence at this time to suggest that mosquitoes could transmit this new coronavirus.
The coronavirus spreads through drops by coughing or sneezing, and mosquitoes have nothing to do with that. Mosquitoes suck blood, but the coronavirus doesn’t survive in the mosquito.
Not a single mosquito with the virus has yet been found. A mosquito should be a virus carrier to transmit the disease. Now that the mosquito season is coming again, people need not be afraid of mosquito bites.
Other stinging insects, such as hornets and horseflies, are not known to transmit viruses. Bees and wasps do not suck up blood, so there is no fear of those stings in the corona area. People still need to use caution and good judgment to avoid injections.
To help prevent the spread and protect yourself, wash your hands under soap and water for at least 20 seconds, use a hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol, avoid close contact and practice social distancing.