If you live in Surrey or Delta, you might want to keep your windows closed this morning.
That’s beause Tim Ebata from the Ministry of Forests says there’s one last treatment for the Gypsy Moth, weather permitting, taking place in the morning.
“Our last application should start around May 10th, and go for four mornings.”
Treatment usually happens between 5 and 7:30 in the morning, and Fraser Health says people living nearby should stay indoors with their doors and windows closed until at least a half hour after it finishes.
The active ingredient in the insecticide is a bacteria that only affects caterpillars.
However Fraser Health says anybody experiencing health issues during treatment should either visit their doctor, or go to the ER.