Ministry of Health to do some more fogging around: St. James, St Philip, St George, St John & Christ Church
The recently restarted fogging programme by the Ministry of Health will target the parishes of St John, St Philip, St George, Christ Church and St. James as they continue their efforts to rid the island of the Aedes Egypti mosquito.
The following parishes will get fogged up as of Monday, September 17 to Friday, September 21, between the hours of 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. each day.
Tomorrow Monday, September 17, these St. John districts – Easy Hall Tenantry, Venture, Claybury, Sherbourne, Cheshire, Carters, Gall Hill, Small Town, Bowmanston, Roebuck Street and its environs are scheduled to be thoroughly fogged up.
Further fogging around is slated for the next day; Tuesday, September 18, the foggers will fog the St. Philip districts of Rock Hall, Harlington, St. Martins, Manderley Gardens, Mangrove, Mangrove Park, Garrett Road, Oldbury Terrace, Mangrove Gardens, Kirtons and surrounding areas.
Then more fogging about in St. Phillip set for Wednesday, September 19, in the districts of Rices, Heddings, Foul Bay, Harmony Hall, Ocean City, Johnson Development, Lashley Road, Green Point, Kirtons, St. Martins and its environs.
On Thursday, September 20, foggers from the Vector Control Unit will will fog up St. George and Christ Church including the districts of Boarded Hall, Frere Pilgrim, Coral Ridge Development, Edey Village, Cox Road, St. David?s, Dayrells Hill and surrounding areas.
All of that massive fogging will climax in St. James on Friday, September 21, at Waterman?s Village, Thorpes, Haynesville Housing Area, Durant?s Village, Holder?s Hill and its environs.