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Bed bugs Frequently Asked Questions March 17, 2011Posted by UWinnipeg Campus Living in housing.
Recently Winnipeg has been facing an increasing number of bed bug incidents. To help prevent bed bugs, the Housing Office conducts monthly inspections of all resident dorm rooms. The specific days and times of inspections are sent out by email and posted on each residence floor.
How do I know if I have bed bugs?
(1) Bed bugs bite exposed areas of skin, although the bites themselves are not painful. The bites are noticeable by the red swelling and itching they can often cause. (2) Bed bugs often leave dark reddish-brown marks in areas where they feed (e.g. mattresses) . If you see such marks, it may indicate the presence of bed bugs. (3) Bed bugs look like this.
What should I do if I think I have bedbugs?
If you suspect you may have bedbugs, contact the Housing Office immediately. We will work with you to have your room inspected and treated as soon as possible. The sooner the problem gets treated, the easier it will be to prevent it from spreading to other suites.