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About 31% thought the virus spreads through sneezes, and 42% didn't know about sexual transmission.
WHO head calls for a focus on building healthcare capacity, asks for more funds.
Experts said only 2 of the new methods—Wolbachia and transgenic mosquitoes—were at the stage for carefully designed pilot projects.
CDC guidance now excludes destinations above 6,500 feet, as Aedes mosquitoes are rare in those areas.
Cape Verde reported its first Zika illnesses, while Panama and Honduras confirmed additional cases.
Also, the WHO provided more details about recent cases in Mexico, Paraguay, and Venezuela.
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