PBS NewsHour Examines Research Into, Natural History Of Zika Virus

PBS NewsHour: What happened to Zika?
“…Now that the weather is warm and mosquitoes are out, how much do we need to worry about Zika? Should we factor it into our summer travels? Here’s a guide to help you out. What will Zika do in the U.S. this year? … Why did Zika disappear? … Much is still unknown … What about a Zika vaccine? … Will Zika make a comeback? Definitely, [Dr. Roberta DeBiasi, chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and co-director of the Congenital Zika Program at Children’s National Health System,] said. The question is when…” (Grennell, 7/6).

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