Preventing Zika


More than 500 cases of Zika have been reported in the United States already and the number is expected to rise significantly as we head into summer.

While emergency funds requested by President Obama for Zika prevention have been held up in Congressional bickering, Zika could very soon begin to have a real effect on Latino communities, which are disproportionately susceptible to the spread of Zika.

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In the last few days, the White House and various members of Congress have been spreading awareness and resources to help you and your family become aware of the risk of Zika and how to prevent infection. You can also visit our website for more information and resources.


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