Fogging In Two Parishes Next Week

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The Ministry of Health’s Vector Control Programme will be targeting the parishes of St. George and St. Michael, from Monday, August 24, to Friday, August 28.

On Monday, the St. George districts of Bournes Village, Locust Hall, Applewhaites Tenantry, Paradise Village, Roach Village, Jericho, Belair #1 & 2, Market Hill, St. Augustine and the environs will be fogged.

On Tuesday, August 25, the fogging team will visit the St. Michael districts of Tweedside Road, Hall Road, Belmont Road, Harrison Road, Chadderton Road, Norhams Road, Atkins Road, Hunte’s Road, Murrell Road, Cole Road, Quaker’s Road, St. Hill Road, Arthurs Land, Chase Road, Bibby’s Road, Roberts Road, Hinds Road, Marl Hole Road, School Lane, Simpson’s Land, Fountain Road, Hinkson Road, Train Line Road and the surrounding areas.

Fogging will continue in St. Michael, on Wednesday August 26, at Roberts Road, Mapp Hill, Haggatt Hall Development, Sinclair Road, Kings Gap, Bird Hill, Neils Road, Rouen Road, Neils Tenantry, Tichbourne, Belle Gully, Barker Road, Howells Cross Road, Storey Gap, Cave Wood, Two Mile Hill, Morning Side, Embassy Gardens, Haggatt Hall #1 & 2 and the environs.

On Thursday, August 27, the Vector Control Unit will spray Howells Cross Road, My Lord’s Hill, Dean Land, Mayers Road, Proute Road, Back Ivy, Martinique, Welches Road, Government Hill, Brankers Road, Gittens Road, Rogers Road, Hoytes Road, Skeete Road with Avenues, Ivy Road with Avenues, Pinders Road and surrounding districts.

Fogging will culminate on Friday, August 28, in Grazettes New Road, Grazettes Gardens, Grazettes Court, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Avenue Grazettes, Seclusion Road & Gardens, Fairfield Road, Scotts Terrace, Brownes Land, Belfield Land, Wavell Avenue, Wavell Gardens, Hurley Land, Smith Land, Black Rock Main Road and the environs.

All fogging runs from 4:30 p.m.??until 7:30 p.m. Householders are reminded to open windows and doors to allow the fog to penetrate and persons with respiratory problems should protect themselves from inhaling the fog. Pedestrians and motorists should proceed with caution when encountering fogging operations on the street, and parents are asked to prohibit children from playing in the fog or running behind the fogging machine.

clashley@barbados.gov.bb

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