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The WHO is stepping up its response in Europe, as cases surge in Tunisa and researchers plot at-risk US sites.
In addition, Mexico reports two highly pathogenic H7N3 outbreaks in poultry.
The low-path H7 detection is the first in the US this year, and more tests will be done to characterize the H7N1 virus.
In the past, the city has experienced outbreaks of dengue, Zika, and chikungunya that were spread by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.
Federal officials have a plan to fill gaps with a supply of a similar vaccine made in France.
Findings from "minibrain" experiments raise new questions on how Zika infects developing fetal brain cells.
Also today, a Lancet letter details the second case of female-to-male sexual spread.
Health officials reported sexual transmission of Zika virus involving a gay couple.
Structure details may yield clues on how Zika damages cells and offer an inside track to drug, vaccine, and test developers.
As cases of the mosquito-borne disease mount, the CDC urges pregnant women to skip going to the Summer Olympics in Brazil.
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