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"Fighting Zika is the most complex epidemic response CDC has taken on," Frieden says.
Elsewhere, Florida notes 9 new local cases, and the WHO spells out its research agenda.
Also, the CDC announced $2.4 million to help large cities detect and manage birth defects, and researchers revealed possible differences in brain cell infections between the 2 Zika lineages.
Also, agencies publish guidance on Olympics travel and lab testing, and New York City officials outline their Zika response.
All 4 babies with microcephaly were born to asymptomatic women.
Also, a gene sequence analysis reveals more about how the outbreak virus evolved and why it spreads so fast.
A comprehensive peer-reviewed analysis demonstrates the link between the virus and the birth defect.
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