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So far 71 people have been hospitalized, and 36% of the sick patients are children.
Restrictions are lifted because the area has had no Zika activity for more than 45 days.
Poorly maintained water systems are typically to blame, and those in long-term care facilities are especially vulnerable.
The findings are consistent with an earlier report on women in US states.
Patients experienced serious complications and bacterial infections after treatments.
One of the 7 cases, involving a nonagenarian, proved fatal.
Also, a new US report outlines the usefulness of testing placental and fetal tissue.
Also, a new study estimates that safe burials may have saved 1,400 to 10,400 lives in West Africa's outbreak.
Current viruses fall into 2 geographically separate clades.
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