The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its efforts to eradicate the Aedes Aegypti mosquito next week when its fogging programme moves into St. George, St. Lucy, St. Peter, St. Michael St. Thomas and St. James.
On Monday, August 31, areas to be fogged in St. George will be the Glebe, Glebe Land, Rowans Park Walkers Park, Thorpes Cottage, Mayfield, Flat Rock, Venture, Bourne???s Village, Lower Estate, Parish Land, Charles Rowe Bridge, Airy Hill and the environs.
On Tuesday, September 1, the team will be in St Lucy and St. Peter fogging Checker Hall, Fustic Village, Colleton Gardens, Six Men???s Village, Heywoods Park, Around the Town, Farm Road, Gibbs, Carlton and the surrounding areas.
.Fogging continues in St Michael on Wednesday, September 2, when Bank Hall Cross Road, Prince of Wales Road, Queen Mary Road, King George Road, King Edward Road, Buckingham Road and Flint Hall; and in St. Thomas Bagatelle Gardens, Redman???s Village, Welches, Padmore Village, Melrose, Edgehill, Shop Hill and neighbouring districts will be targeted.
On Thursday, September 3, the team will be in St. James spraying The Garden, Porters, Trents, Seaview, Rick???s Road, Husbands, Independent Drive, Husbands Heights, Oxnards Heights, Wanstead Gardens and the environs.
They will return to St. Michael on Friday, September 4 to fog Friendship Terrace, Mahaica Gap, Lewis Gap, Storey Gap, Green Hill, Lodge Terrace, Eden Lodge Housing Area and the surrounding areas.??Fogging will take place daily between 4.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Householders are reminded to open their doors and windows to allow the spray to enter.