Two areas of Miami-Dade County in Florida have been identified as new hotbeds for Zika-spreading mosquitoes by the Florida Department of Public Health and should be avoided by pregnant women, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns. The areas include the a one-mile section of the Wynwood neighborhood just north of downtown Miami and a 1.5-mile section of Miami Beach where mosquito-borne spread of the Zika virus has been confirmed. Additionally, pregnant women and their sexual partners should consider postponing nonessential travel to all parts of Miami-Dade County, the CDC said. Pregnant women who contract Zika are at ... Read More
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