Students walk in the courtyard of Jose de Diego Middle School, a school that is located within the Wynwood neighborhood, where the majority of locally acquired Zika cases are.
Students walk in the courtyard of Jose de Diego Middle School, a school that is located within the Wynwood neighborhood, where the majority of locally acquired Zika cases are. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald File Photo
Students walk in the courtyard of Jose de Diego Middle School, a school that is located within the Wynwood neighborhood, where the majority of locally acquired Zika cases are. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald File Photo

Despite Zika threat, Wynwood schools to remain open when new school year begins

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