In an effort to rid the island of the aedes aegypti mosquito, fogging continues on Monday, October 27, in St. Peter and St. Lucy.
Areas to be fogged between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. are Queen???s Street, Porters Road, Archer???s Lane, Mango Lane, Farm Road, Douglas Development, Clinketts, Half Moon Fort, Sutherland, Fryers Well, Checker Hall, Checker Hall Development and the environs.
On Tuesday, October 28, the Vector Control Unit will visit Christ Church to fog The Villages at Coverley, Coverley, Salem, Charnocks, Rock Hall, Parish Land, Providence, Thyme Bottom, Fairy Valley and surrounding districts.
On Wednesday, October 29, the team moves to St. Thomas and St Michael to fog Bagatelle Gardens, Redman???s Village, Welches, Melrose, Edgehill Terrace, Arthur Seat, Welches Heights, Warrens Terrace and the environs.
On Thursday, October 30, they return to St. Michael to fog Pine Gardens, Welches Terrace, Martinique Road, Gittens Road, Brankers Gap, My Lord???s Hill, Licorish Village and Odessa McClean Road.
On Friday, October 31, fogging continues in St. Michael in Bush Hall Yard Gap, Civilian Road, Stadium Road, Clarke???s Road, Butlers Avenue, Spooner???s Hill, Parkinson Road, Simmons Land, Burke???s Land, Eagle Hall, Bridge Gap, Richmond, Goodland, President Kennedy Drive and neighbouring districts.
Householders are asked to cooperate with the officers of the Vector Control Unit by opening their doors and windows to allow the spray to enter.