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Human and animal samples tested positive.
In addition, Spain has reported a microcephaly case related to Zika virus infection.
The program is part of efforts to respond better to global health crises and signifies one of the biggest changes in WHO history.
A primary focus is on strengthening the regulation of veterinary medicines.
Also, Consumer Reports warns that some plant-based repellents don't work well against Aedes mosquitoes.
Also, PAHO posts ethics guidance, and Colombia and Costa Rica note microcephaly.
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