The fogging programme to rid the island of the aedes aegypti mosquito will continue next week with emphasis on St. George and St. Michael.

The team from the Ministry of Health?s Vector Control Unit will start Monday, March 3, with fogging at Crab Hill, Crab Hill Tenantry #1 and #2, Archers Bay Road, Content, Stroud Bay, Salmonds, Avis Town, Harrises, Greenidges, St. Swithins and its environs, all in St. Lucy.

The following day, Tuesday, March 4, the team will move to St. George where fogging will occur at Drax Hall, Farm Road, Bairds Village, Fairview, Middleton, Workman’s, Jericho, Jordan’s and its surroundings.

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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  1. I know its a necessary evil but if there is only one thing I dont miss about Barbados it would be this.

    this fogging thing used to make me sick literaly. just couldnt take the smell


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