Ellen Schwartzbard, an obstetrician with South Miami Hospital, tested some of her patients for the Zika virus on Aug. 3. Schwartzbard said she has been waiting five weeks and still has not received Zika test results from the state.
Ellen Schwartzbard, an obstetrician with South Miami Hospital, tested some of her patients for the Zika virus on Aug. 3. Schwartzbard said she has been waiting five weeks and still has not received Zika test results from the state. MATIAS J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com
Ellen Schwartzbard, an obstetrician with South Miami Hospital, tested some of her patients for the Zika virus on Aug. 3. Schwartzbard said she has been waiting five weeks and still has not received Zika test results from the state. MATIAS J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com

As Zika infections rise, Florida to get CDC help with testing backlog

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