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Sexual partners of case-patients were 2.2 times more likely to contract Zika than other contacts
The Florida study suggests a 'perfect storm' of conditions made Miami a favorable setting for Zika and that mosquito control helped reduce disease levels.
The cost study looked at different attack-rate ranges, putting the upper-end estimate at as much as $2 billion.
Other new reports detail co-infections with other mosquito-borne viruses and fatal encephalitis.
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