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Moka

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Urban mosquito treatment - collects and treats them, without harming them

Moka is a device designed to prevent people from contracting diseases transmitted by mosquitoes. It attracts and vaccinates the mosquitoes by introducing an antibody, inhibiting their ability to spread diseases. Once inoculated, viruses carried by mosquitoes can no longer be transmitted from one human being to another as they can’t migrate from the stomach to the salivary glands. By removing the danger at its source, Moka can provide essential aid to the numerous countries losing the fight against mosquito-spread diseases, while simultaneously protecting the mosquito population itself.

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