In this sense, from the commune they reminded the neighbors of the importance of emptying sinks and containers with stagnant water.
The Municipality of the Capital reported that different areas of its dependency carried out fumigation and disposal tasks in the Santa Lucía neighborhood, giving continuity to preventive actions to avoid the reproduction of the mosquito that transmits dengue and other insects.
In an articulated work, workers from the Quality of Life, Health and Urban Services departments removed useless material that residents removed from their homes; such as cans, bottles, tires, pieces of plastic, tarps, cut drums and other elements that could accumulate water or conserve high levels of humidity, since they are those that favor the appearance of larvae and hatcheries.
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In addition, the Quality of Life operators fumigated both the common spaces such as the interior of the houses, for which they used the latest generation motorcycle backpacks, tubas and sprayers, with chemical products authorized by the Ministry of Health of the Nation.
In this sense, from the commune they reminded the neighbors of the importance of emptying sinks and containers with standing water, turning empty containers upside down, disposing of cans, containers and unused objects, cover water tanks and sinks, change the water in vases and drinkers and put mosquito nets in bedrooms and cribs, among other measures to prevent the proliferation of mosquitoes.