26 Feb '18, 11am

Second field study, with changes, to be conducted. More at this @NEAsg press release @Mozziebites

Second field study, with changes, to be conducted. More at this @NEAsg press release @Mozziebites

mosquitoes will be released at the same Phase 1 field study sites (at Tampines West and Nee Soon East) and their extended areas. About one to six male mosquitoes per person will be released per week, during any release periods. Mosquitoes will be released around the blocks and along common corridors, and will not be released directly into homes. Please see Annex C for the location maps and boundaries of the three study sites. NEA researchers will be setting up mosquito traps and pupal containers at various locations. We seek the co-operation of members of the public not to remove or tamper with the mosquito traps and pupal containers. Please see Annex D for images of the mosquito traps.

Full article: http://www.nea.gov.sg/corporate-functions/newsroom/news-r...

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