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"Fewer cases don't mean we are completely safe from Zika," Ben Beard says.
The report lays out progress and challenges in outpatient clinics, nursing homes, and hospitals.
The new cases push the number of H3N2v cases for 2017 to 13, the CDC says.
The insurance claims review also hints that the disease has gained a southern foothold and that patients in urban areas are younger.
One patient has died and 12 are hospitalized; Maradol papayas are the likely culprit.
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