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Old 02-09-2016, 01:00 PM   #1
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Zika confirmed in IN, OH, elsewhere, among travelers to affected areas

Indiana and Ohio┬*health officials on Tuesday┬*announced┬*the┬*first human┬*cases of Zika in their states, but experts say┬*the risk of contracting the virus locally┬*remains low.29906170001 4746749760001 thumb Wochit103449322?pubId29906170001
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