Wasps sting, and that is where the problem begins, as people who have allergies can have a severe reaction that even can sometimes be life-threatening (and the only way to know sometimes is when a person gets bitten). If you live in rural areas or out of town, having no immediate medical help, it can be a problem so instead of experimenting and playing with fate you should make sure you do something about it fast.
Wasps are divided into two groups: solitary and social. The social wasps like in groups and travel together. Solitary wasps nest alone and travel by themselves. You have to remember that wasps are not bees, who die after they sting; wasps can attack again and again, which makes them a menace and a danger. Exterminating wasps presupposes killing the nest – which can be dangerous — and should in most cases be performed by professional exterminators for the reasons mentioned above. The nests can sometimes be located in high places which makes them difficult to access, but that’s where experts can help you. The best thing to do is to locate the nest, keep absolutely away from it until the arrival of the professionals, keep doors and windows of the property sealed and stay safe.