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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 02, 2016
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(Studio: Charlie Rose) The spread of the Zika virus in Florida reported.

(Miami: David Begnaud) Efforts to protect pregnant women from Zika featured; map shown; details given about the recommendation that people use mosquito repellant with DEET. [Expectant mother Jessica ARDENTE††- says women are scared to death.] [OBGYN Dr. Christine CURRY††- says it’s changing the reproductive narrative for women all over the world.] [Mosquito geneticist Dr. Matthew DeGENNARO††- says it will spread by the movement of infected people.]

(Studio: Charlie Rose, Jon LaPook) The significance of the new Zika case outside the “Zika zone” and the failure of Congress to fund the Zika fight discussed.

Rose, Charlie;
Begnaud, David;
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