The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated guidance for people who travel to or live in the approximately 1-square-mile area in Wynwood, Florida, just north of downtown Miami. Previous guidance was put in place on August 1 after Florida and CDC epidemiologists determined that mosquitoes were actively spreading Zika virus in the area, resulting in infections among several local residents and visitors. No new cases of locally transmitted Zika have been reported in the Wynwood-designated area since early August, and low numbers of mosquitoes have been found in traps there for the past several weeks since aerial application of the larvicide Bti and the adulticide Naled.
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