August 4, 2015


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City stops fogging due to lower trap counts

The City of Winnipeg is stopping mosquito fogging because there seems to be far fewer of the flying pests than just a few days ago.

The city-wide average trap count this morning was only 18. All quadrants in the city are substantially below the 100 mark.

A City of Winnipeg crew fogs for mosquitoes in a River Heights back lane Sunday evening.

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A City of Winnipeg crew fogs for mosquitoes in a River Heights back lane Sunday evening. Photo Store

If the numbers rise to 100 or over in one or more quadrants, fogging will resume.

A public service announcement will be issued eight hours prior to resuming the fogging program.

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