The sneaky bed bugs stirred yet another school. Well, actually, it was its dormitory. But, all the same, they caused trouble again to a lot of students.
This time, those pesky crawlies showed up in University of Miami’s McDonald tower. Because of it, several students were forced to move out and temporarily transfer to Holiday Inn.
The breakout was just made known to students during their Thanksgiving break, thus, causing panic even among parents. And according to the notice the administration sent to them, the pests affected the 5th, 10th and 12th floors of the building.
Particularly, the critters’ presence was confirmed in a total of 19 rooms of the dormitory. But the school said that those were already under treatment. Besides them, 19 more rooms were also treated as a precautionary step.
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“A number of University of Miami students living in McDonald tower were forced out of their dorm rooms by a bed bug infestation, officials say.
Students said they received a notice during their Thanksgiving break notifying them that 19 rooms in the dormitory were infested with bed bugs, while 19 others were being treated as a precaution, WPLG-TV, Miami, reported.”
Read more about Bed Bug Outbreak in University of Miami Dormitory at: upi.com
There really seems to be no place safe from bed bug presence. And that’s primarily because they are sneaky. Being good hitchhikers, they could hide in almost anything, including your clothing, without being seen.
That fact calls for preparedness. Sure thing, the preventive measures will decrease the chance of your house being infested. However, in case they get those steps, you would have to be ready to kill bed bugs promptly. And while calling a pest-control company immediately makes things easy, it also makes the treatment costly. Besides that, in an infestation at an early stage, hiring an exterminator is not cost-effective.
And so, instead of it, why not kill bed bugs yourself? With Bed Bug Bully now available, you could surely get their elimination done effectively, easily and even inexpensively.
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