Texas Zika case may be the state’s first, unsurprising local transmission
US DHHS reader comments 7 Share this story A woman in Brownsville, Texas, has a confirmed case of Zika even though she didn’t travel to any Zika-stricken areas or have any other risk factors, Texas health authorities announced Monday. Her case is likely the first known instance of Zika transmission by local mosquitoes in the state. But, if true, that...
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