As part of its mosquito eradication efforts, the Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health will target four parishes for fogging next week.
On Monday, November 4, the team will focus its fogging operations on several Christ Church districts. They are: Kingsland, Kingsland Terrace, Kingsland Heights, Kingsland Garden, Wotton Housing Area, Wotton, Best Road, Plumgrove and the environs.
It will be the turn of St. Michael, on Tuesday, November 5, when the team moves on to the Pine, Regent Hill, Golden Rock, York Road, Smith Avenue, Harbour View, Lascelles Terrace, Princess Royal Avenue, Parkinson Field, Rock Avenue, Rock Close, Bottom Close, Factory Avenue and the surrounding areas.
Members of the Unit will visit St. James on Wednesday, November 6, when they will target Paradise Heights, Walmer Lodge, Crusher Site Road, Prospect, Fitts Village, Risk Road, Appleby Gardens, Clarke???s Road, Derricks, Chapel Road and the neighbouring districts.
Fogging operations will continue in St. Thomas on Thursday, November 7. The team will also return to St. Michael on that day. The Unit will focus on the following districts: Edgehill Terrace, Edgehill Heights, Grand View, Shop Hill, Whitehall Road, Reece Road, Cane Garden, Canewood Road, Jackson Terrace, Jackson Tenantry, 1st Avenue Jackson, Nazarene Gap and the environs.
Fogging for the week will conclude on Friday, November 8, when the team returns to St. James. On this occasion, it will fog Seaview, Mahogany Avenue, Sunset Boulevard, Hibiscus Avenue, Holetown, 1st and 2nd Street Holetown, Cemetery Lane, Sunset Crest, Cordia Avenue, Palm Avenue, Molyneux Road, Highway 1, Paynes Bay (Main Road) and the surrounding districts.
The Ministry of Health???s fogging programme runs from 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. each day. Persons with respiratory ailments are reminded that they should protect themselves from inhaling the fog, while children should desist from running behind the fogging vehicle.