ANTI-DENGUE CAMPAIGN.  Engineer Antonietta Ebol (left), Dengue Program manager of the Department of Health, says they are reviving the 4 o’clock habit both in public schools and government offices during the Kapehan sa SM, Monday in Davao City.  The campaign which heightens during the rainy season involves class and work stoppage at 4 PM to look for possible breeding sites of dengue-carrying mosquitos and destroying these by cleaning up.  (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)

ANTI-DENGUE CAMPAIGN. Engineer Antonietta Ebol (left), Dengue Program manager of the Department of Health, says they are reviving the 4 o’clock habit both in public schools and government offices during the Kapehan sa SM, Monday in Davao City. The campaign which heightens during the rainy season involves class and work stoppage at 4 PM to look for possible breeding sites of dengue-carrying mosquitos and destroying these by cleaning up. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)

Engineer Antonietta Ebol (left), Dengue Program manager of the Department of Health, says they are reviving the 4 o’clock habit both in public schools and government offices during the Kapehan sa SM, Monday in Davao City. The campaign which heightens during the rainy season involves class and work stoppage at 4 PM to look for possible breeding sites of dengue-carrying mosquitos and destroying these by cleaning up. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)

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