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A tripled Zika zone has Miami Beach wary of the next step

On Monday, Miami Beach could be the only place in the U.S. with active Zika transmission, leaving locals and tourists alike wondering what’s next for Miami’s tourism hotspot. Although Miami Beach’s Zika zone has tripled in size, the space that the city will aerially spray naled to fight mosquitoes has not.

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Joey Flechas

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Joey Flechas covers Aventura, Miami Beach and the beaches. A Tampa native and University of Florida graduate, he joined the Miami Herald in April 2013 after a stint at The Gainesville Sun.


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