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As Florida announces new cases, health labs have noted a lag in testing for pregnant woman and the WHO says Asia will experience wider transmission.
The WHO says it's still not clear if Zika-linked microcephaly cases in Thailand are tied to the strain that has circulated in Southeast Asia.
Also, Thailand confirms 2 microcephaly cases, and CDC researchers publish a case series on US kids.
In another breaking development, the CDC today urged pregnant women to avoid nonessential travel to 11 Southeast Asian countries.
In other news, the Senate passes a funding bill that includes $1.1 billion in Zika money.
Also, Florida, the Philippines, and Singapore report more locally acquired cases.
In other developments, without Zika funding federal officials have had to tap research money for cancer and other diseases.
Also, WHO guidance today addresses breastfeeding, microcephaly, and Guillain-Barre syndrome.
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