Hits: 512 Created on 19 August 2016 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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OFFICIALS LEADING THE ZIKA FIGHT VOICE CONCERN ABOUT DERELICT VEHICLES, BOATS ON KIRANI JAMES BOULEVARD

ST. GEORGE - With just hours to go before Grenada holds a national clean up exercise from 6:00am on August 20 and 21, to attempt a reduction of mosquito breeding, a widespread Zika outbreak and illegal dumping, two government health inspectors are calling for immediate action along the Kirani James boulevard (Lagoon Road) in St. George.

Read more: ONE LAST CHANCE
 
Hits: 520 Created on 12 August 2016 Written by George Category: HEALTH NEWS
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INSECT REPELLENTS AND NETS DISTRIBUTED TO PREGNANT WOMEN

St. George -- Pregnant women in their first trimester have received Odomos mosquito/insect repellent cream and treated mosquito bed nets from the Ministry of Health.

Read more: PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES
 
Hits: 486 Created on 06 August 2016 Written by ANTIGUA OBSERVER Category: HEALTH NEWS
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THERMOCYCLER DEVICE PROVIDES ZIKA TESTING IN GRENADA
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Hits: 513 Created on 11 August 2016 Written by Ruth Roberts Category: HEALTH NEWS
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NATIONAL CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN

St. George -- A Clarion call is made for all Grenadians and visitors alike to join forces in the fight against Zika and other mosquito borne diseases.

Read more: THE BATTLE CONTINUES
 
Hits: 657 Created on 04 August 2016 Written by Joe Pike Category: HEALTH NEWS
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THE LATEST ZIKA DEVELOPMENTS OUT OF THE CARIBBEAN

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a Zika virus travel notice for the island of Saba.

Read more: YOU'D NEVER GUESS – LISTENING TO GRENADA
 

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