GREAT BAY:— The Collective Preventive Services (CPS), a government department under the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, says due to several days of rainfall, is calling on the populace as well as visitors to wear light colored clothing at dusk; long sleeve shirts and pants; and use mosquito repellent to prevent being bitten by a mosquito that could possibly be carrying a mosquito-borne disease.
CPS re-enforces its message that all residents and businesses need to take proactive measures to prevent mosquitos from breeding. Be on the alert for mosquito breeding sites and eliminate them especially after the heavy rainfall!
Actively destroy or dispose of tin cans, old tires, buckets, unused plastic swimming pools or other containers that collect and hold water. Do not allow water to accumulate in the saucers of flowerpots, cemetery urns/vase or in pet dishes for more than two days. Throw out the water and turn them over every time it collects water.
Screen off cistern outlets, cover and screen septic tanks properly.
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Source: St. Martin News Network
CPS Re-emphasizes use mosquito repellent and take measures to eliminate mosquito breeding sites after several days of rainfall