Zika newspaper headlines, Mexico

Zika newspaper headlines, Mexico

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Caption: Front pages of Mexican newspapers in Oaxaca reporting that federal and state authorities have declared the Zika virus outbreak an emergency. The first local transmission of zika virus in Mexico was recorded in November 2015. This means that the local population of mosquitoes is infected with the virus and capable of transmitting it to humans.

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