Midges are small, gnat-like insects often found near wetlands. Non-biting midges don’t carry disease, but can cause a nuisance in residential areas, due to their attraction to lights. Midges can swarm in large numbers. However, these mating swarms are usually short-lived and tend to disperse within a few days. As midges are not disease carriers, Health Services do not treat for them.
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