Miami Beach worker Melvin Gaitan uses a pressure cleaner to spray hot water in an effort to combat mosquitoes. Officials say the beach’s tall buildings and round-the-clock action make it harder to apply aerial pesticides.
Miami Beach worker Melvin Gaitan uses a pressure cleaner to spray hot water in an effort to combat mosquitoes. Officials say the beach’s tall buildings and round-the-clock action make it harder to apply aerial pesticides. C.M. GUERRERO. EL NUEVO HERALD
Miami Beach worker Melvin Gaitan uses a pressure cleaner to spray hot water in an effort to combat mosquitoes. Officials say the beach’s tall buildings and round-the-clock action make it harder to apply aerial pesticides. C.M. GUERRERO. EL NUEVO HERALD

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