Javier Huertas (left) and Joel Muñoz deploy AGO mosquito traps at a cemetery in Caguas, Puerto Rico. The CDC is setting about 90,000 of the traps in this city in hopes of stopping Zika, which has affected more than 37,000 people on the tropical island.
Javier Huertas (left) and Joel Muñoz deploy AGO mosquito traps at a cemetery in Caguas, Puerto Rico. The CDC is setting about 90,000 of the traps in this city in hopes of stopping Zika, which has affected more than 37,000 people on the tropical island. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Javier Huertas (left) and Joel Muñoz deploy AGO mosquito traps at a cemetery in Caguas, Puerto Rico. The CDC is setting about 90,000 of the traps in this city in hopes of stopping Zika, which has affected more than 37,000 people on the tropical island. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

How one city in Puerto Rico is fighting Zika — without using chemicals

February 03, 2017 08:12 AM

UPDATED February 03, 2017 11:21 AM

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