Six parishes will be fogged by the Ministry of Health???s Vector Control Unit next week as part of its ongoing fogging programme.

On Monday, October 7, members of the Unit will visit the following districts in St. Joseph, St. John and St. George: Joes River, Bowling Alley, Vaughan Road, Surinam Road, Bonwell Road, Towerville Road, Orange Grove, Blackmans, Horse Hill, Redland Tenantry, Sweetvale, Groves, Golden Ridge, Lemon Arbor, Four Roads and surrounding areas.

The team will target districts in St. James and St. Peter on Tuesday, October 8, when they go into St. Silas Heights, Waterhall, Waterhall Terrace, Rock Dundo with Avenues, Park Close, Bakers Avenue, Bridge Avenue, Bakers Woods and the environs.

Members of the Unit will concentrate their efforts on the parish of St. Michael on Wednesday, October 9; Thursday, October 10; and Friday, October 11.

On Wednesday, they will turn their attention to areas such as Bank Hall Cross Road, Barracks Road, Buckingham Road, Sealy Land, Hindsbury Road, Station Hill, Mansion Road, Savannah Road, Park Road, Waterford Road, Bush Hall Road and neighbouring districts.

The next day, Thursday, the team will fog the following areas: Long Gap, Piedmont Park, Rogers Terrace, Pillersdorf Development, Grazettes Gardens, Rockhampton Road, Denton Road, Grazettes Court, Grazettes, Derriston Road, Rock Gap, Woodstock Road, Spooners Hill and the environs.

Fogging operations will conclude for the week on Friday, when the Unit visits??Belleville Avenues 1 to 11, Pine Road, Belmont Road, Quakers Road, Murrell Road, Alkins Road, Chadderton Road, Norham Road, Tweedside Road, Arthur Land, Halls Road and 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.

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