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CDC guidance now excludes destinations above 6,500 feet, as Aedes mosquitoes are rare in those areas.
The goal is to flesh out a public health research agenda on Zika issues.
WHO and PAHO leaders continue assessing Brazil's response to its Zika outbreak.
Also, a microcephaly study launches in Brazil and new mosquito control efforts are being explored.
The WHO said though Zika virus has circulated in Africa before, the effect of an importation from the Americas is unclear.
The finding of the virus in amniotic fluid adds evidence to a possible link between Zika and microcephaly.
The WHO's mosquito-control assessment spoke to the complex and daunting task, but also acknowledged a possible role for newer tools.
Also, Brazil's health ministry rejected a possible microcephaly link to larvicides, and experts are gathering for a US Zika priority workshop tomorrow.
Also, Dallas officials issue a follow-up on a recent sexual transmission case, groups announce new research pushes, and Florida declares a public health emergency.
Also today, the CDC added Jamaica and Tonga to its travel advisory, and an Indian company announced two vaccine candidates.
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