Christ Church will be the primary target of the Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness next week, as it continues the programme to eradicate the Aedes aegypti mosquito. St. James will be added to the roster on Friday.
On Monday, September 17, the team will fog Garrison Road, Hastings, Harts Gap with Avenues, September Square, St. Matthias Road, St. Matthias Housing Area, St. Matthias with Avenues, Rendezvous Hill, Rendezvous Ridge, Rendezvous Gardens and surrounding areas.
On Tuesday, September 18, the areas to be sprayed will be Balmoral Gap, Marine Gardens, Queen’s Way, Halls Gap, Hood Road, Exeter Road, York Road, Old Navy Road, Nelson Road, Rendezvous Hill, Brewster Road, Worthing with Avenues, Bamboo Road, Beckles Road, Harmony Hall, Top Rock and environs.
On Wednesday, September 19, the targeted areas are Hastings, Rhystone Gardens, Browne’s Gap, Rockley Village, Rockley with Avenues, Bynoe Road, Dayrells Road, St. Lawrence Gap, Paradise Village and surrounding districts.
Dayrells Road, Rockley Terrace, Rockley, Blue Waters, Garden #1 and #2, Peronne Gap, Rendezvous Hill, Golf Club Road, Highway 7, Hastings, Rockley, Casa Blanca and neighbouring districts will be sprayed on Thursday, September 20.
On Friday, September 21, the team will travel to St. James to fog 1st and 2nd Street Holetown, Trents, Trents Tenantry Road and environs.
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.