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No one has control over rainfall. But in the context of the threat of dengue fever and Chikungunya caused by mosquitoes, everything should be done to prevent the accumulation of stagnant water. That such is on the premises of a school, in this instance Queen’s College, poses a constant danger to our children.
In this picture by Marissa Lindsay this youngster recovers a basketball from the stagnant water adjacent to the court.


Stagnant water adjacent the basketball court.

Braving the dirty water.

Braving the dirty water.

2 Responses to WET THREAT

  1. Hazel Harrison
    Hazel Harrison October 23, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    Government should prosecute themselves

  2. Tim Troulan
    Tim Troulan October 24, 2014 at 6:34 am

    Oiled let’s hope it is a none chemical oil ??Eco friendly would be great that is what I use .


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