Why it is said that AIDS did not transfer through mosquito ,though MALARIA transfers?

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Why it is said that AIDS did not transfer through mosquito ,though MALARIA transfers?

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Glen Moore

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As it was said before, malaria is a protozoa. It’s more like a bug than a bacteria. A very small bug, but it can survive and reproduce in the mosquito. AIDS is a virus, which is very very small, and it can not survive, nor reproduce, in a mosquito. Secondly, the transmission of the disease is not higher in areas where mosquitoes are prevalent. If mosquitoes could transmit it, you would see a higher rate of infection in those areas, correct? And, just to clarify another answer, I’m not sure how liberals are to blame here, but AIDS is not a disease of homosexuality. In the United States, it is spreading at a faster rate among heterosexuals. In Africa, and the rest of the world, it is far more common in the heterosexual than homosexual communities. And the lowest infection rate of all is in lesbians. That type of belief is what has allowed this disease to become such an epidemic, and what will continue to allow it’s spread.

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