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Trucks with mosquito-killing spray are on the way. Source: Press Release
Trucks with mosquito-killing spray are on the way. Source: Press Release

Mérida, Yucatán – A five-day plan to spray for mosquitoes in every neighborhood is in place as part of the city’s ongoing campaign against dengue and chikungunya.

Thirty-five fumigation trucks and a crew of 70 men will wind their way through every street in Mérida until the entire city is blanketed in insecticide. Crews reach the center — including Santa Ana, Santiago, Mejorada, San Sebastian and San Juan — the night of Monday, Sept. 28, which happens to be the first day of the program.

Crews will spray at night, or if weather prevents that, at dawn, hitting 40-86 colonias per day, said health secretary Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Mézquita.

Residents are urged us to keep their windows open so the insecticide can do its job inside and out.

Here is the city’s schedule:

Sept. 28: El Centro, and colonias San Damián, Santa Cecilia, Santa Ana, San Sebastián, San Cristóbal, García Ginerés, Industrial, Petronila, Santiago, San Juan, La Inalámbrica, Alcalá Martín, Mejorada, Carrillo and Ancona, La Huerta, La Antigua, Amalia Solórzano, Benito Juárez Oriente, Chichén Itzá, Chuminópolis, Industrial and Cortés Sarmiento, and the fraccionamientos Del Carmen and El Fénix.

Also, Emilio Portes Gil, Esperanza, Fidel Velázquez, Del Parque, Jardines Miraflores, Lázaro Cárdenas, Los Reyes, Lourdes Industrial, Manuel Ávila Camacho, Máximo Ancona, Mayapán, Melchor Ocampo, Nueva Chichén Itzá, Nueva Mayapán, Nueva Pacabtún, Pacabtún, Salvador Alvarado Oriente, Azcorra, Canto, Cervera Pacheco (San José Vergel), Kukulcán and La Macarena.

Sept. 29: Lourdes, María Luisa, Miraflores, Unidad Morelos, Morelos Oriente, Nueva Kukulcán, Región Militar 42 Sur, Reparto Granjas, Ricardo Flores Magón, Salvador Alvarado Sur, San Antonio Kaua, San José, San Pablo Oriente, Vergel 65, Vergeles I al IV, Vicente Solís, San Antonio Kaua 2, Ampliación la Hacienda, Castilla Cámara, Bosques del Pedregal, Ciudad Industrial, Cinco Colonias, Obrera, Delio Moreno, Dolores Otero, El Renacimiento, El Roble, Emiliano Zapata Sur I and II, Fraccionamiento del Sur, Graciano Ricalde, Jardines del Sur, and Las Palmeras I and III.

Also, Libertad I al III, Lindavista, Lomas del Sur, Manzana 115, Melitón Salazar, Mercedes Barrera, Nueva Obrera, Nueva Sambulá, Nueva San José Tecoh, Obrera 99, Pedregales de Circuito, Pino Suárez, Roble Agrícola, Sambulá, San Antonio Xluch I al III, San Arturo Xluch, San Carlos del Sur, San José Campestre, San José Obrera, San José Tecoh Sur, San Luis Dzununcán, San Marcos Nocoh, San Nicolás del Sur, San Sebastián, Santa María Guadalupe, Santa Rosa, Serapio Rendón, Villa Magna del Sur, Villa Moderna, Villas Mérida and Zazil Há.

Sept. 30: Armando Ávila Arrutia, Bojórquez, Bosques de Mulsay, Bosques del Poniente, Central de Abastos, Cinturón Verde, David Obrera Leija, Francisco I. Madero, Fraccionamiento Mulsay, Yucalpetén, Frutícola Susulá, Juan Pablo Mérida 2000, Orquídeas, Jardines de Nueva Mulsay I al III, Jardínes de Yucalpetén, Juan Pablo II, Las Quintas Mulsay, Nueva Reforma Agraria, Parque Ecológico Poniente, Paseo de las Carmelitas, Paseos de Opichén, Polígono Opichén, Real Opichén, Reforma Agraria, San Lorenzo Zacatal, Tixcacal Opichén, Villa Magna, Villas de Yucalpetén, Xoclán Bech, Xoclán Canto, Xoclán Carmelitas, Xoclán San Manuel and Xoclán Santos.

Oct 1: La Nueva Hidalgo o 5 de Mayo, Amapolita, Arboledas de Chuburná, Areca, Atlántida, Brisas de Chuburná, Bugambilias, Callejones de Chuburná, Cámara de la Construcción, Chuburná de Hidalgo, Chuburná Inn, Chuburná 60 Norte, Chuburná Vista Alegre, Cocotero, Lindavista, Roma, Roma II, Yucatán, Corozal, Del Prado Chuburná, El Cedral, El Porvenir, El Rosario, Francisco de Montejo, Francisco Villa Poniente, Fuente Dorada, Girasoles, Hacienda Real I y II, Inalámbrica, Jacinto Canek, Jardines de Chuburná, Jardines de Lindavista, Jardines de Pensiones, Jardines del Norte Chenkú, Joaquín Ceballos Mimenza y Juan B. Sosa.

Also, La Castellana, Vaca Feliz, Águilas de Chuburná, Las Vigas, Limones, Loma Bonita, Luis Echeverría, Magnolias, Mérida Issste, Elefante Grande, Miguel Hidalgo, Palma Caribeña, Paraíso I and II, Paseo de las Fuentes, Paseos de Chenkú II, Paseos del Conquistador, Pedregales de Tanlum, Pensiones, Pensiones VII Etapa, Periférico Lindavista, Pinzón I y II, Platino Elite, Puesta del Sol, Rinconada de Chuburná, San Antonio, San Damián, San Damiancito, San Francisco, San Luis Chuburná, San Pablo, San Pedro, San Vicente Uxmal, Terranova, Turquesa, Villas Palma Real, Villas Zona Dorada, Xcumpich y Zona Dorada.

Oct. 2: Benito Juárez Norte, Buenavista, Campestre, Colonia Maya, Colonia México and México Norte, Montejo, Del Arco, Díaz Ordaz, Emiliano Zapata Norte, Florida Norte, Gonzalo Guerrero, Itzimná, Jardines del Norte, Las Águilas, México Oriente, Montebello, Montecarlo, Monterreal, Montecristo, Montes de Amé, Pedregales de Montecristo, Plan de Ayala, Cordemex, San Antonio Cinta, San Carlos, San Ramón Norte, Sol Campestre, Villas del Rey, Villas del Sol, Villas la Hacienda, Vista Alegre Norte, Sodzil Norte, Miguel Alemán, Brisas del Norte, Emiliano Zapata Oriente, Jardines de Mérida, Jesús Carranza, Las Arboledas, Las Brisas, Las Palmas, Leandro Valle, López Mateos, Los Pinos, Máximo Ancona, Nueva Alemán, Nuevo Yucatán, Petcanché, Polígono 108, Polígono CTM, San Esteban, San Juan Grande, San Luis, San Miguel and San Nicolás.

Source: Municipal press release

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