People Living In Southeast Asia May Have Natural Immunity To Zika, Studies Suggest

NPR: Does Asia Have A Secret Weapon Against Zika?
“…[S]tudies suggest Zika has been lurking in Asian mosquitoes and possibly infecting people silently, for decades — maybe longer. And that means people in the region may already be immune to Zika…” (Doucleff, 9/9).

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