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Texas reports first case of Zika likely from local mosquitoes

Reuters India Monday, 28 November 2016
(Reuters) - Texas officials on Monday reported the state's first case of the Zika virus that was likely transmitted by a local mosquito, expanding the spread within the continental United States of a virus that has been linked to microcephaly, a rare birth defect.
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On Monday, officials in Texas reported the state's first case of the Zika virus that was likely transmitted by a local mosquito. The announcement officially expands the spread of the virus within the continental United States that has been linked to a rare birth defect called microcephaly. According...

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