Cristina Montiel hands over a urine sample at a Zika testing center at the Miami Beach Police Department on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The Florida Department of Health is testing people who live in the Zika transmission zone in Miami Beach for free, provided they show a photo ID indicating they live in the zone, which is bordered between Eighth and 28th Streets, Biscayne Bay to the ocean.
Cristina Montiel hands over a urine sample at a Zika testing center at the Miami Beach Police Department on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The Florida Department of Health is testing people who live in the Zika transmission zone in Miami Beach for free, provided they show a photo ID indicating they live in the zone, which is bordered between Eighth and 28th Streets, Biscayne Bay to the ocean. C.M. GUERRERO. EL NUEVO HERALD
Cristina Montiel hands over a urine sample at a Zika testing center at the Miami Beach Police Department on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The Florida Department of Health is testing people who live in the Zika transmission zone in Miami Beach for free, provided they show a photo ID indicating they live in the zone, which is bordered between Eighth and 28th Streets, Biscayne Bay to the ocean. C.M. GUERRERO. EL NUEVO HERALD

Health department doing free Zika testing in South Beach

September 13, 2016 07:41 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2016 03:54 PM

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