AP - Officials: Zika found in South Beach; spraying not practical
The AP reports: "South Beach has been identified as a second site of Zika transmission
by mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland, and containing it there will be
difficult because high-rise buildings and strong winds make it
impractical to spray the neighborhood from the air, officials said
Five cases of Zika have been connected to mosquitoes in Miami Beach,
bringing the state's caseload to 36 infections not related to travel
outside the U.S., Florida's governor and health department announced
The discovery prompted the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention to announce that it was expanding its travel warning for
pregnant women to include an area in Miami Beach known for nightclubs,
pedestrian thoroughfares and beaches."
Comment: They made such a big deal about Zika and the Olympics, isn't it ironic that it seems more of an issue now in Florida?