Did you know that stinging insects like bees deliver half a million people in hospitals each year? Bees, wasps and hornets are beneficial to humans but they aggressively attack once they feel that their colony/nest is being disturbed or scruntinized. What to do when attacked by these dangerous bees?
RUN! There's a wide misconception that once you are attacked by a colony of bees, you have to just stand still, but it's actually a misconception. You are only giving them more time to recruit more bees from the colony to attack and have you gain more stings. So, run as fast as you can and find a shelter!
REMOVE STINGERS FROM YOUR SKIN RIGHT AWAY! Once you have escaped the swarm, remove all stingers stingers from your skin as soon as possible to prevent venom to be pumped into your blood.
SEEK FOR MEDICAL HELP! Although some stings are only causes rashes and body pain, its effect varies from person to person so it is always best to seek for medical help to avoid serious medical conditions such as allergies and even death.
So if you find a stinging insect nest on your homes, offices and backyards, always ask for professional help for inspections and pest control solutions.