FOGGING SCHEDULE FOR 23RD – 25TH NOVEMBER 2020

Press Release

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment wishes to advise the general public that as part of the its mosquito control programme for the adult Aedes aegypti mosquito, the Insect Vector Control Unit will be conducting fogging operations in the following areas commencing at 5:00 pm daily.

Monday, 23rd November 2020 – Mesopotamia & Glenside

Wednesday25th November 2020 – Riley, Collins, Cane End & Evesham

Please take note of the following:

  • Home and business owners in the named areas are reminded to keep their windows and doors open to allow the fog to eliminate the adult mosquitoes inside the home.
  • Motorists are kindly asked to take caution.
  • Persons who are suffering from any respiratory illnesses are kindly asked to take the necessary precautionary measures.
  • Parents and guardians are advised to prevent their children from running or playing near the vehicle during fogging operations.
  • Adverse weather conditions could lead to the postponement of fogging operations.
  • Residents are also encouraged to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes in their yard and to protect themselves from mosquito bites during the day.

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