Vector Control inspectors are going from house to house, checking for mosquito breeding sites and urging the community to assist by clearing up their yards and gutters. Courtesy of Randall Johnson, Head of Agriculture, Hygiene & Vector Control, The Island of Saba.
Thank you to everyone who has been sharing our efforts and actively participating in supporting our friends in the Caribbean. It’s both humbling and exciting to see the response we’ve received thus far. Now we are tasked with organizing our excitement and helping drill down on the specific tasks required to provide relief. Working groups are being formed in the coming weeks to integrate with the various agencies and organizations deployed locally. Additional information will
Friends, I’ve just arrived back from the Harvey response in Houston. Many of you are still experiencing the effects and after-effects of Irma. I hope you stay safe and dry. Over the past few days, there has been a flurry of discussion about how the vector control community can support vector control-related recovery efforts on some of the hardest-hit islands. Many of these islands are still in “response” mode, but it isn’t too early to