Zika’s Complexity Contributes To ‘Most Difficult’ Emergency Health Response For CDC, Official Suggests

The Atlantic: Zika Is the ‘Most Difficult’ Emergency Health Response Ever, CDC Official Says
“…[T]he White House has threatened to veto the [Zika funding] bill. Which would mean still no federal funding for what Anne Schuchat, the principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, called ‘the most difficult’ emergency response the agency has ever had to do, at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Thursday…” (Beck, 6/24).

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