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Also, the first US Zika death was reported and local transmission was announced in St. Barthelemy.
Also, Mexican scientists have detected Zika virus in Aedes albopictus mosquitoes for the first time in the Americas, and US officials posted guidance for protecting workers.
Also today, two new microcephaly studies documented Zika virus in fetal tissue, strengthening a possible link between the two conditions.
The CDC said it has also received recent reports of severe flu infections linked to 2009 H1N1 in young- and middle-aged adults.
Also today, the CDC added Jamaica and Tonga to its travel advisory, and an Indian company announced two vaccine candidates.
The CDC adds 8 more destinations to its travel alert, as experts assess the threat.
More states are reporting their first cases and even deaths, but at the national level, flu levels remained low last week.
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