The Ministry of Health will continue its fogging programme next week in Christ Church, St. Philip and St. Michael, between Monday and Friday, from 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. each day.
On Monday, September 28, the team from the Vector Control Unit will visit Christ Church and St. Philip and fog Woodbourne, Woodbourne Tenantry, St. Patrick’s, Bright Hill, Waldron Village, Lowthers, Fair View, Lead Vale, Lowland Park and surrounding areas.
The team will return to St. Philip on Tuesday, September 29, and target Harlington, St. Martins, Mangrove Terrace, Mangrove Road, Oldbury Road, Rock Hall, Gemswick, Manderley Gardens, Mangrove Development, Garrett Road, Rock Hall and neighbouring districts.
On Wednesday, September 30, the fogging team will target the Christ Church areas of Graeme Hall Park, Maxwell Hill, Kendal Hill, Briar Hall, Kendal Hill Park, Silver Hill Landing Scheme, Silver Hill Housing Area, Silver Hill and its environs.
Christ Church will be revisited on Thursday, October 1, and the areas to be fogged will be Maxwell Main Road, Moravian Gap, Laynes Road, Hilton Road, Hythe Gardens, Fairholme Gardens, Maxwell Gardens, Welches, Cane Vale, Ashby Land, Oistins, Maxwell Hill and surrounding districts.
Fogging for the week will culminate on Friday, October 2, in St. Michael at Lodge Hill, Rock Dundo Heights, Well Gap, Rock Dundo Park, Hinds Hill, Castries, Cave Hill, and its environs.
Persons with respiratory ailments should protect themselves from inhaling the fog, while children should avoid running behind the fogging vehicle.