The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged pregnant women to get tested for Zika if they have lived in or traveled to any part of Miami-Dade County since Aug. 1. Testing had previously been recommended only for pregnant women who had visited one of Miami-Dade’s previously identified zones of active transmission in Miami or Miami Beach.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged pregnant women to get tested for Zika if they have lived in or traveled to any part of Miami-Dade County since Aug. 1. Testing had previously been recommended only for pregnant women who had visited one of Miami-Dade’s previously identified zones of active transmission in Miami or Miami Beach.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged pregnant women to get tested for Zika if they have lived in or traveled to any part of Miami-Dade County since Aug. 1. Testing had previously been recommended only for pregnant women who had visited one of Miami-Dade’s previously identified zones of active transmission in Miami or Miami Beach.

CDC urges pregnant women to get Zika tested if they visited any part of Miami-Dade

October 19, 2016 07:42 PM

UPDATED October 19, 2016 08:24 PM

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