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  • Pregnant woman takes "extra" precautions against Zika in Miami

    Sloane Borr is pregnant and lives in the Zika zone in Miami. She wears a hazmat suit, beekeeper's hat, gloves and boots when she goes outside the house into her garden to keep herself and her baby Zika free.

Sloane Borr is pregnant and lives in the Zika zone in Miami. She wears a hazmat suit, beekeeper's hat, gloves and boots when she goes outside the house into her garden to keep herself and her baby Zika free. Charles Trainor Jr. Miami Herald
Sloane Borr is pregnant and lives in the Zika zone in Miami. She wears a hazmat suit, beekeeper's hat, gloves and boots when she goes outside the house into her garden to keep herself and her baby Zika free. Charles Trainor Jr. Miami Herald

Moms-to-be go the extra mile to avoid Zika. Just ask the one in the beekeeper suit.

October 21, 2016 10:00 AM