AS HEAVY RAINS PERMEATE REGION: BARBADOS’ FOGGING SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 8 TO 12 (Insects only operate Mon to Fri, 8 to 4?)

The Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme next week beginning Monday 8th September in St. James. From 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., the team will be in University Drive, Wanstead Gardens, Wanstead Terrace, Husbands Heights, Husbands Gardens, Rick’s Road, Paradise Heights and surrounding areas.

On Tuesday 9th September areas to be fogged in St. Thomas and St. Andrew are St. Simons, Shorey Village, Savannah Road, Porey Spring, Dunscombe, Canefield, Airy Cot and the environs.

On Wednesday 10th September officers of the Vector Control Unit will return to St. Thomas to fog Lion Castle, Highland, Welchman Hall, Vault Road, Canefield, Sturges, Bloomsbury, Allen View, Bryan's Road and neighbouring areas and on Thursday, September 11, they will be in St. Michael, fogging Long Gap, Piedmont, Rogers' Terrace, Pillersdorf, Grazettes, Rock Gap, Spooners Hill and the environs.

On Wednesday 10th September officers of the Vector Control Unit will return to St. Thomas to fog Lion Castle, Highland, Welchman Hall, Vault Road, Canefield, Sturges, Bloomsbury, Allen View, Bryan’s Road and neighbouring areas and on Thursday, September 11, they will be in St. Michael, fogging Long Gap, Piedmont, Rogers’ Terrace, Pillersdorf, Grazettes, Rock Gap, Spooners Hill and the environs.

On Friday 12th September; St. Michael will be targeted once again when Black Rock, Belfield, Fairfield Cross Roads, Seclusion Gardens, Scott’s Terrace, Wavell, Clevedale, St. Stephen’s Hill and surrounding areas will be fogged.

Householders are asked to cooperate with the officers of the Vector Control Unit by opening their doors and windows to allow the spray to enter. (JS/BGIS)

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