Zika concerns boost total online dollar sales for bug spray 323% from 2015

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The CDC listed use of insect repellent as one of its mosquito bite-prevention methods in response to the growing Zika virus outbreak. New research from analytics company 1010data suggests Americans are taking the recommendation to heart.

The study revealed:

1010data is expected to release a full report on mosquito repellent sales trends in early June.

To learn more about which bug repellents work best against the mosquito that carries Zika, click here.

 

 

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