Alfred Santamaria, a candidate for Miami-Dade mayor, addresses reporters in Wynwood on Tuesday, Aug. 23, while handing out Zycazin, a product made by a donor that he said can “neutralize” Zika. Health officials say there is no treatment for Zika.
Alfred Santamaria, a candidate for Miami-Dade mayor, addresses reporters in Wynwood on Tuesday, Aug. 23, while handing out Zycazin, a product made by a donor that he said can “neutralize” Zika. Health officials say there is no treatment for Zika. DOUGLAS HANKS dhanks@miamiherald.com
Alfred Santamaria, a candidate for Miami-Dade mayor, addresses reporters in Wynwood on Tuesday, Aug. 23, while handing out Zycazin, a product made by a donor that he said can “neutralize” Zika. Health officials say there is no treatment for Zika. DOUGLAS HANKS dhanks@miamiherald.com

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