|PUBLIC HEALTH MATTERS BLOG
|West Nile to Zika:
How One Virus Helped New York City Prepare for Another
No one told the Aedes mosquito that New York is the city that never sleeps.
The type of mosquito that can spread Zika virus (Zika) is most active during the day and hides at night when our city’s mosquito control efforts are in full swing, meaning that our scientists had to find a way to reach it during pre-dawn hours. The solution? Wake it up, force it to take flight, and then kill it... Read Blog
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