Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control inspector Sharon Nagel walks toward a residential area in Miami's Wynwood district to look for mosquito presence on on Saturday morning, July 30, 2016. She carries a portable chemical sprayer on her back, and has chemical tablets to drop into drains with standing water to combat Zika. On Friday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that the Zika virus is being transmitted by mosquitoes in a one-square-mile area north of downtown Miami. There have been 15 locally transmitted Zika cases - 13 in Miami-Dade, two in Broward. Most of the cases have come from the Wynwood area.
Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control inspector Sharon Nagel walks toward a residential area in Miami's Wynwood district to look for mosquito presence on on Saturday morning, July 30, 2016. She carries a portable chemical sprayer on her back, and has chemical tablets to drop into drains with standing water to combat Zika. On Friday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that the Zika virus is being transmitted by mosquitoes in a one-square-mile area north of downtown Miami. There have been 15 locally transmitted Zika cases - 13 in Miami-Dade, two in Broward. Most of the cases have come from the Wynwood area. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control inspector Sharon Nagel walks toward a residential area in Miami's Wynwood district to look for mosquito presence on on Saturday morning, July 30, 2016. She carries a portable chemical sprayer on her back, and has chemical tablets to drop into drains with standing water to combat Zika. On Friday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that the Zika virus is being transmitted by mosquitoes in a one-square-mile area north of downtown Miami. There have been 15 locally transmitted Zika cases - 13 in Miami-Dade, two in Broward. Most of the cases have come from the Wynwood area. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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