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Recommendations in the presence of a swarm of bees

Recommendations in the presence of a swarm of bees

They warn that under no circumstances should they be handled, burned, broken into hives using plastic bags, or sprayed with pesticides.



Courtesy Zoedan | They assure that these insects are not aggressive and only bite in defense

Bees are protected by national and international environmental laws, but what if you have a swarm at home?

First Ciudad consulted with Simone Bellorin, first commander of the Unesco University Fire Department in Guyana, who notes that the protection of bees is important in the WHO Sustainable Development Program as colonies are responsible for large crops.

For this reason, if the bees do not pose a danger to humans, it is better to keep them there, however, if there is a danger to families, the relevant authorities should be called.

It warns that under no circumstances should they be handled, burned, broken into hives using plastic bags, or sprayed with pesticides.

Municipal, urban and university firefighters are in charge of finding the bees to a safe place, which does not represent a danger to the community, the first commander clarifies.

Beekeeping Project

Belorin shared First Among the activities that Firefighters Unexpo promotes is an apiary with 30 beehives, so that bees rescued from urban areas take them to the site.

“Bees produce pollen, honey and wax, which helps in marketing the Parax funds,” he says.

consequences

According to a Mayo Clinic publication, a bee sting can cause a variety of reactions, ranging from pain and discomfort to severe allergic reactions.

“People who have had an allergic reaction to a bee sting have a 25 to 65% chance of developing anaphylaxis the next time they sting,” they note.

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They assure that insects such as bees are not aggressive and only sting when threatened.

In recent days, various fire departments in the state of Bolivar have attended various incidents involving bees, which is why they continue to relocate them because they are close to homes.

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