A mosquito control worker uses a backpack fogger on Saturday to spray insecticide near the area where Miami-Dade County officials announced they had captured more mosquitoes carrying Zika virus. The mosquitoes were retrieved on Sept. 20 from a trap at 575 W 49th St. in Miami Beach, within the expanded zone of transmission identified on Sept. 16.
A mosquito control worker uses a backpack fogger on Saturday to spray insecticide near the area where Miami-Dade County officials announced they had captured more mosquitoes carrying Zika virus. The mosquitoes were retrieved on Sept. 20 from a trap at 575 W 49th St. in Miami Beach, within the expanded zone of transmission identified on Sept. 16. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com
A mosquito control worker uses a backpack fogger on Saturday to spray insecticide near the area where Miami-Dade County officials announced they had captured more mosquitoes carrying Zika virus. The mosquitoes were retrieved on Sept. 20 from a trap at 575 W 49th St. in Miami Beach, within the expanded zone of transmission identified on Sept. 16. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com

More Zika mosquitoes captured in Miami Beach, county says

October 01, 2016 12:52 PM

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