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Other new reports detail co-infections with other mosquito-borne viruses and fatal encephalitis.
Experts said only 2 of the new methods—Wolbachia and transgenic mosquitoes—were at the stage for carefully designed pilot projects.
The saliva report hints at a possible human-to-human transmission route, and the meningitis report expands the list of possible neuro complications.
The guidance covers testing of newborns, and the Virgin Islands and DR are now on the travel advisory.
All areas that harbor Aedes are vulnerable, and the Dominican Republic now has a local case.
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