A Look at the Damage Zika Has Caused Throughout Latin America | Link TV
A Look at the Damage Zika Has Caused Throughout Latin America
As the Zika virus makes inroads in the U.S., we take an in-depth look at the virus and the damage it has caused throughout Latin America. Dr. Reina Turcios-Ruiz, an epidemiologist of the Centers for Disease Control joins us from Guatemala City, Guatemala, where she is based as part of U.S. efforts to combat the disease.
Photo: Researchers investigate Zika virus at Universidade de São Paulo. Rovena Pink / Agency Brazil
“Latin Pulse” is produced at Webster University’s School of Communications: www.webster.edu/communications/
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