The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness will continue its fogging exercise in St. Peter and St. Michael next week.
The team will be in St. Peter on Monday, July 27, and Tuesday, July 28. On Monday, the areas to be fogged are: Speightstown Bypass, Queen Street, Bovell Road, Mango Lane, Chapel Street, Gooding Alley, Major Walk, Sand Street, Church Street, Gills Road, Around the Town, Farm Road, Niles Road, Farm Tenantry Road, Burma Road, Battaleys and environs.
On Tuesday, fogging continues in Mile and a Quarter, Olton Road, Ashton Hall, Clarkes Road, Corbins Road with Avenues, Greaves Road, Reservoir Road, Millionaire Road, Church Street, Station Hill, Golden Mile with Avenues, Douglas Development, Ashton Hall, Church Hill Development, Church Hill Road, Tom Bend Road and surrounding areas.
For the rest of the week, the exercise shifts to St. Michael, beginning on Wednesday, July 29, in Dunlow Lane, Bay Street, Bayville, St. Paul’s Avenue, Evelyn Avenue, Old Quarry Road, Bay Garden, Beckles Road, Collymore Rock, Princess Royal Avenue, Lascelles Terrace, Harbour View, York Terrace, Blackman Field, Barclays Terrace and neighbouring districts.
On Thursday, July 30, Newton Crescent, North Wildey Terrace with Avenues, East Terrace with Avenues, Wildey Gardens, Wildey, Laynes Gap, Gas Product Road, Flagstaff, Streats Road, Ifill Road and environs will be sprayed.
And on Friday, July 31, the team will travel to Valerie, Brittons Cross Road, Beckles Road, Villa Road, Fordes Land, Laynes Road, Brydens Road, Scotts Gap and environs.
Fogging takes place between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. each day. Householders are reminded to open their windows and doors to allow the spray to enter.