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In other developments, without Zika funding federal officials have had to tap research money for cancer and other diseases.
Scientists saw potential in some existing drugs and showed that mosquitoes can pass the virus to their offspring.
HHS Secretary Burwell says lack of congressional action forced $81 million to be taken from other programs.
The study will monitor for infections in athletes, coaches, and USOC staff.
Key findings in the monkey study were protection against later infection and that infections in pregnant animals lasted much longer.
Also, agencies publish guidance on Olympics travel and lab testing, and New York City officials outline their Zika response.
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