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Frustration Mounts In Miami Over Spread Of Zika Virus

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Lenroy Watt talks with residents of Miami's Little Haiti about Zika, leaving brochures in Creole about how to prevent the illness, as well as phone numbers for local mosquito control agencies and the county health department. Courtesy of Planned Parenthood hide caption

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Planned Parenthood Joins Campaign To Rid Miami Neighborhoods Of Zika

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Florida's Zika Cases Weigh On Businesses, State And Local Officials

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A Miami-Dade County mosquito control worker sprays around a school in the Wynwood area of Miami earlier this month. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Miami Schools Take Steps To Protect Returning Students From Zika

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Miami Schools Take Steps To Protect Students From Zika

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Health Officials Identify More Cases Of Locally Acquired Zika In Florida

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Containers hold genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes before being released in Panama City, Panama, in September 2014. Arnulfo Franco/AP hide caption

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Florida Keys Opposition Stalls Tests Of Genetically Altered Mosquitoes

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Wasserman Schultz Faces Tough Primary Against Sanders-Endorsed Canova

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Zika-Fighting GMO Mosquito Gets FDA Approval For Testing

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Aerial Spraying Begins In Miami Neighborhood Impacted By Zika Virus

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Miami Targets Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes With Aerial Spraying, Inspections

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At Least 10 More People Contract Zika In Florida

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Volleyball Plus Soccer Makes Footvolley

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Florida Officials Trace Zika To Local Mosquitoes In 4 Recent Cases

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Larry Smart, a Miami-Dade County mosquito control inspector, uses a fogger to spray pesticide to kill mosquitoes in an effort to stop a possible Zika outbreak in Miami. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Miami Steps Up Mosquito Control Efforts After Suspected Zika Cases

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