U.S. State Department Calls On Private Sector To Develop Tools To Prevent, Treat Zika

Devex: U.S. government looks to private sector for Zika tools
“The U.S. State Department is reaching out to private sector partners to help the Obama administration devise new tools to control and treat the Zika virus outbreak in the Americas. On Wednesday, the Secretary of State’s Office of Global Partnerships held roundtable discussions with business representatives, and in the coming weeks the administration will announce a ‘private sector call to action,’ according to Amy Pope, deputy homeland security adviser and deputy assistant to the president…” (Igoe, 7/14).

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