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Medicine / Zika Virus / Florida #1108307

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 02, 2016
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Another case of Zika in Florida reported.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) Concern that the Zika virus can’t be contained within one area in Miami featured; details given of questions about the effectiveness of the insecticides; scenes shown of crews doing mosquito abatement in Wynwood. [Baylor College of Medicine Dr. Peter HOTEZ†- comments on uncertainty about the extent of the outbreak.] [Florida International University Aileen MARTY†- comments on mosquito biting and egg-laying behavior.] [Expectant mother Lindsay FUHRMAN†- says she is terrified.]

Holt, Lester;
Sanders, Kerry

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