More mosquito control is one reason Florida has reported fewer Zika infections and no local cases as of Aug. 10. But the virus also has waned in the Caribbean and South America, contributing a drop in Florida as fewer travelers bring Zika back to the state. In this August 2016 photo, Fran Middlebrooks, a grounds keeper at Pinecrest Gardens, uses a blower to spray pesticide.
More mosquito control is one reason Florida has reported fewer Zika infections and no local cases as of Aug. 10. But the virus also has waned in the Caribbean and South America, contributing a drop in Florida as fewer travelers bring Zika back to the state. In this August 2016 photo, Fran Middlebrooks, a grounds keeper at Pinecrest Gardens, uses a blower to spray pesticide. Gaston De Cardenas MIAMI HERALD
More mosquito control is one reason Florida has reported fewer Zika infections and no local cases as of Aug. 10. But the virus also has waned in the Caribbean and South America, contributing a drop in Florida as fewer travelers bring Zika back to the state. In this August 2016 photo, Fran Middlebrooks, a grounds keeper at Pinecrest Gardens, uses a blower to spray pesticide. Gaston De Cardenas MIAMI HERALD

What happened to Zika? Florida has no local cases this year - so far

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