Texas Woman Who Traveled To El Salvador Diagnosed With Zika Virus In Houston, Raising Concerns Disease Spreading From Brazil

Wall Street Journal: Texas Woman Diagnosed With Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus
“A Houston-area woman who traveled in November to El Salvador has been diagnosed with the Zika virus, public health officials said, raising concern that the mosquito-borne illness linked to a health crisis in Brazil could spread through the Americas…” (McKay/Johnson, 1/12).

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