Lou Dickinson, 36, of Miami shows a rash that spread across her body and which she suspects was caused by Zika virus infection. Dickinson, who said she also had a fever, muscle pain and red eyes, had difficulty getting a Zika test.
Lou Dickinson, 36, of Miami shows a rash that spread across her body and which she suspects was caused by Zika virus infection. Dickinson, who said she also had a fever, muscle pain and red eyes, had difficulty getting a Zika test. Lou Dickinson Handout
Lou Dickinson, 36, of Miami shows a rash that spread across her body and which she suspects was caused by Zika virus infection. Dickinson, who said she also had a fever, muscle pain and red eyes, had difficulty getting a Zika test. Lou Dickinson Handout

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September 01, 2016 03:43 PM

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