It turns out that the pigeons carry with them several diseases, some of which can be transmitted to humans – In this context, it is important to know that pigeons (unlike other birds) nest in their own droppings, which can increases the risk of infection near residential areas.
Saint Louis encephalitis: a mosquito that feeds on an infected pigeon often carries the
pathogen that is responsible for spreading this disease.
Histoplasmosis: disease in the respiratory tract and lung that appears as a result of a fungus
that grows in the pigeons droppings.
Candida: another respiratory disease caused by a fungus.
along with the skin.
Salmonella: better known as ” Foodborne illness”. Salmonella arrives in food from infected
pigeon’s droppings, when It turns into dust and flies into our food and drink.
Cryptococcosis: a disease caused by yeast found in the digestive system of the pigeons and
can cause central nervous system problems if left untreated.
In addition to cleaning and disinfecting the pigeon droppings, you should consider permanently removing the pigeons, which are exposed and often transmit other creatures and insects such as:
At the end of each extensive treatment, the Yona project will perform using a disinfectant dissolved in water wide spraying which will destroy 99% of all diseases/fungi/bacteria that may form on the infected surface.