During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials conducted a low-flying flight, shown here, to spray an organic larvicide over Wynwood to combat the Aedies aegypti mosquito. On Friday, they plan a night-time flight to spray the insecticide naled.
During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials conducted a low-flying flight, shown here, to spray an organic larvicide over Wynwood to combat the Aedies aegypti mosquito. On Friday, they plan a night-time flight to spray the insecticide naled. Joe Raedle Getty Images
During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials conducted a low-flying flight, shown here, to spray an organic larvicide over Wynwood to combat the Aedies aegypti mosquito. On Friday, they plan a night-time flight to spray the insecticide naled. Joe Raedle Getty Images

Miami-Dade aerial mosquito spraying reset for Friday

June 16, 2017 11:00 AM

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