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Fogging programme continues August 18 to 21


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Fogging programme continues August 18 to 21

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THE VECTOR CONTROL Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme on Monday, August 17, in St Lucy and St Peter.

Areas to be fogged are Clinketts, Sutherland, Checker Hall Tenantry, Fryers Well, Fustic Village, Colleton Gardens, Six Men’s, Road View, Mullins, Gibbs and the environs.

On Tuesday, August 18, the team moves into St Michael and St James, specifically fogging the Bridgetown Port, Sunset Crest, Sandy Lane and the environs.

On Wednesday, August 19, Dalkeith, Deighton Road, Paddock Road, Phillips Road in St. Michael; Dayrells Road, Rockley New Road and Ventnor Gardens in Christ Church; and Long Bay Development, Belair Cross Road, Crane, Crane Haven and the environs in St. Philip will be sprayed.

The exercise continues in St Michael on Thursday, August 20, in Bush Hall Cross Road, Prince of Wales Road, Queen Mary Road and King George Road. The team will also be in King Edward Road, Buckingham Road, Station Hill, Parks Road, Nurse Land, Bush Hall Road, Belleview Road and Goddings Road. On this same evening, Glendairy Gap, Deane’s Village, Flint Hall and the surrounding areas will also be sprayed.

On Friday, August 21, the team returns to St Michael, and will also fog areas in St. James. These will include Free Hill with avenues, Black Rock Road, Stanmore Crescent, St. Stephen’s Hill, Goddard Road, Plymouth Square, University Drive, Prospect, Crusher Site Road, Walmer Lodge, Paradise Heights and the environs.

Residents are reminded to open their windows and doors to allow the spray to enter. (BGIS)

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