FOGGERS UP AND AT ‘EM TO STOP AEDES AEGYPTI – BARE FOGGING IN THREE PARISHES
The Ministry of Health?s fogging programme will be targetting three parishes next week – Christ Church, St. Peter and St. Michael; they also remind people to stop throwing stones at personnel carrying out fogging as it can end up in jail with some very nasty folk at the new facility near Dodd’s and then offenders will learn about a different type of fogging!
Foggers will start in Christ Church on Monday, November 19, and fog Goodland, Goodland Gardens, Rollins Road, Bourne’s Land, Upper Carters Gap, Lower Carters Gap, Enterprise and its environs.On Tuesday November 20, foggers will head for St. Peter where fogging will occur at The Whim, Mile & A Quarter, Ashton Hall, Clarke Gap, Millionaire Gap, Tom Bend Gap, Reservoir Road, Corbin?s Road, Maynard?s Development, Maynard?s Landing Scheme, Station Hill, Douglas Development and its surroundings.
The following day, Wednesday, November 21, emphasis will shift to the St. Michael districts of White Hall Main Road, White Hall Tenantry Road, 1st, 2nd
& 3rd Ave. White Hall, Green Hill, Johnson Land, 1st ? 4th Ave. Green Hill, Eden Lodge, Lodge Terrace and surrounding districts.
Fogging will resume in St. Michael on Thursday, November 22, and will be marked by visits to Brandons Beach, Brighton, Spring Garden Highway, Pile Bay, Carlton, Carlton Terrace, Black Rock Main Road, Straker?s Tenantry, Carters Gap, Danesbury, Retreat and neighbouring districts.
Fogging will climax in St. Michael on Friday, November 23. The areas expected to be fogged are: Black Rock Main Road, Stanmore Crescent, St. Stephens Hill, Ellerslie School Road, Goddard?s Road, Golden Acre Housing Area, Cave Hill, Free Hill, University Drive and its environs.
All fogging starts at 4:30 p.m. and runs until 7:30 p.m. Householders are asked to assist in the control of the aedes aegypti mosquito 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.