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In US developments, the CDC confirms 10 more cases, and New York reports a new outbreak in a Mennonite community.
The WHO is stepping up its response in Europe, as cases surge in Tunisa and researchers plot at-risk US sites.
US cases have climbed to 555 and at the current pace would eclipse 2014's total within weeks.
The WHO says it's still not clear if Zika-linked microcephaly cases in Thailand are tied to the strain that has circulated in Southeast Asia.
Also, Thailand confirms 2 microcephaly cases, and CDC researchers publish a case series on US kids.
In another breaking development, the CDC today urged pregnant women to avoid nonessential travel to 11 Southeast Asian countries.
In other news, the Senate passes a funding bill that includes $1.1 billion in Zika money.
In other developments, without Zika funding federal officials have had to tap research money for cancer and other diseases.
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