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HEALTH MINISTRY AGAINST THE AEDES AEGYPTI

Monday, January 14, 2019

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Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton (left) and vector control coordinator at the St Elizabeth Health Department, Michael Myles (right) along with team members from the St Elizabeth Health Department inspect a drum of water at a property in St Elizabeth on Friday, January 11. The minister and health teams from the Southern Regional Health Authority also visited communities in Clarendon and Manchester on January 7, in an effort to heighten awareness about destroying mosquito breeding sites in order to reduce the spread of dengue and other mosquito-related illnesses. The health teams in the southern region have ramped up activities to destroy mosquito breeding sites and educate residents in the parish about the Aedes aegypti mosquito and mosquito-related illnesses. (Photo: Southern Regional Health Authority)


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