Zika Has Slowed Down In Florida, Officials Say

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The spread of Zika in the Caribbea and South America has slowed down, resulting in a decrease of the virus’ spread in Florida this year, health officials announced. Dr. Henry Walke, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s incident manager for Zika response, said that herd immunity has contributed greatly to the decline of the virus outside the continental US. Herd immunity is when enough people in a specific area are infected, so that they develop a resistance to it, ABC News reports.
The spread of Zika in the Caribbea and South America has slowed down, resulting in a decrease of the virus’ spread in Florida this year, health officials announced. Dr. Henry Walke, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s incident manager for Zika response, said that herd immunity has contributed greatly to the decline of the virus outside the continental US. Herd immunity is when enough people in a specific area are infected, so that they develop a resistance to it, ABC News reports.
The spread of Zika in the Caribbea and South America has slowed down, resulting in a decrease of the virus’ spread in Florida this year, health officials announced. Dr. Henry Walke, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s incident manager for Zika response, said that herd immunity has contributed greatly to the decline of the virus outside the continental US. Herd immunity is when enough people in a specific area are infected, so that they develop a resistance to it, ABC News reports.

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