The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health will continue its fogging programme this week aimed at eradicating the Aedes aegypti mosquito.
On Monday, July 23, the team will be in St. Andrew fogging Isolation Road, Belleplaine, Jordan’s Road, Franklyn Doughlin Tenantry Road, Babylon Road, Bawdens and surrounding areas.
On Tuesday, July 24, areas to be fogged in St Phillip are Four Roads, Mangrove, Mangrove Terrace, Bougainvillea Drive, Park Close, Carnation Close and environs.
On Wednesday, July 25, the team will be in St Michael spraying Long Gap with Avenues, Woodstock Road, Rogers Terrace with Avenues, Pillersdolf Development and environs.
The exercise continues in St Michael on Thursday, July 26, in Station Hill, Goddings Road with Avenues, Glendairy Gap, Deane’s Village with Avenues, Bridge Road, Jones Road, School Road, Springer Road, Flint Hall and surrounding areas.
St Michael will again be targeted on Friday, July 27, specifically My Lord’s Hill, Blackman’s Road, Jones Road, Licorish Village with Avenues, Odessa McClean Avenue, Odessa McClean Drive and neighbouring districts.
Additionally, teams from the Vector Control Unit will continue to carry out fogging and other treatment activities in and around the Graeme Hall Swamp and other areas impacted by the sewage spills on the south coast.
The fogging exercises will be carried out between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. each day. Householders are reminded to open their doors and windows to allow the spray to enter.