People make their way through fumigation fog, sprayed to kill Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, on March 1. Cuban authorities are fumigating in an attempt to prevent the spread of Zika virus, as well as other similar infectious diseases, including Chikungunya and Dengue. Zika virus has spread rapidly through Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean.
People make their way through fumigation fog, sprayed to kill Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, on March 1. Cuban authorities are fumigating in an attempt to prevent the spread of Zika virus, as well as other similar infectious diseases, including Chikungunya and Dengue. Zika virus has spread rapidly through Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Ramon Espinosa AP
People make their way through fumigation fog, sprayed to kill Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, on March 1. Cuban authorities are fumigating in an attempt to prevent the spread of Zika virus, as well as other similar infectious diseases, including Chikungunya and Dengue. Zika virus has spread rapidly through Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Ramon Espinosa AP

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