When the team from the Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme, emphasis will be placed on St. George, for two consecutive days.

Fogging begins Monday, March 2 in St. Philip at Nursery #1 and 2, Sunny Meadows Development, Four Roads, Mangrove Land, Kirtons, Mangrove Terrace, Grange Road and environs.

Tuesday, March 3, the team will journey to St. Joseph where Lammings, Braggs Hill, Sugar Hill, Yearwood Road, Coffee Gully, Branchbury and the surroundings will be sprayed.

The first fogging in St. George will be on Wednesday, March 4. The exercise will be conducted at Eastlyn, Bulkley Terrace, Herman Clarke Road, Cave Hill, Connell Road, Good Intent, Farm Road, Crawford Road, Toronto Road, Lowe’s Road, Ruth King Road, Sargeant Road, Blenman Road, Mount Hill, Waverley Cot, Ellerton Development, Ellerton, Niles Road and surroundings.

The following day, Thursday March 5, a return to St. George will see Cottage Tenantry, Retreat, Newbury, Moscow, Superlative, St. Judes, Rock Hall, Macaroni Village, Todds Tenantry, Drax Hall, Prerogative, Greens with all Avenues, Byer Road and environs being fogged.

Fogging culminates on Friday March 6, in St. Michael, at Grazettes Housing Area, Grazettes Landing Scheme, Long Gap, Piedmont Park, Spooners Hill, Thompson Gap, White Hall Main Road, Bridge Gap, St. Stephens Hill, Cave Hill Housing Area, Phillip Land, Grazettes New Road and surroundings.

All fogging runs from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and householders are asked to assist by opening windows and doors to allow the fog to penetrate.

Persons with respiratory problems should protect themselves from inhaling the fog while pedestrians and motorists must proceed with caution when encountering fogging operations on the street.

Parents are instructed to prohibit children from playing in the fog or running behind the fogging machine.

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