Brazil’s Health Minister Marcelo Castro speaks during an interview at the Health Ministry headquarters, in Brasilia on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. Castro made his remarks with a poster with an image of an Aedes aegypti mosquito and a text in Portuguese that reads “Zero Zika.”
Brazil’s Health Minister Marcelo Castro speaks during an interview at the Health Ministry headquarters, in Brasilia on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. Castro made his remarks with a poster with an image of an Aedes aegypti mosquito and a text in Portuguese that reads “Zero Zika.” Eraldo Peres AP
Brazil’s Health Minister Marcelo Castro speaks during an interview at the Health Ministry headquarters, in Brasilia on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. Castro made his remarks with a poster with an image of an Aedes aegypti mosquito and a text in Portuguese that reads “Zero Zika.” Eraldo Peres AP

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