The ‘cika’ ques­tion

Fiji Sun - - Comments -

Suva Why is the cika or con­junc­tivi­tis so preva­lent in Suva that al­most ev­ery fourth to fifth per­son in town is af­fected as noted by the red eyes or hav­ing to wear sun­glasses? Is this a post Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Win­ston ef­fect or is it an in­di­rect im­pact of cli­mate change. Why is that this is mainly hap­pen­ing in Suva?

Lets just hope that it is gone by the time of the Coca Cola Games as all would want ath­letes in the best of shape. What­ever ones views, this rather an un­usual oc­cur­rence of cika leav­ing be­hind more ques­tions than an­swers?

Floyd Robin­son,

It seems like it is one per­son miss­ing ev­ery sec­ond day. Some have been found while some are still miss­ing. Many of the miss­ing per­sons have been fe­males and the age group seems to be from 17 years to at least 25. We should be mon­i­tor­ing the where­abouts of our daugh­ters and sis­ters. Who­ever is re­spon­si­ble should be brought to jus­tice to avoid such in­ci­dents from hap­pen­ing in the fu­ture. My ad­vice to all who are think­ing of get­ting lost in which­ever way, your fam­ily will be dev­as­tated and have a hard time try­ing to get you back home safely.

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