‘Prevents Zika Transmission / Why Worry?’: This double billboard, featuring a mosquito and two condoms, has been erected near Wynwood along Interstate 95 just north of Interstate 395 exit.
‘Prevents Zika Transmission / Why Worry?’: This double billboard, featuring a mosquito and two condoms, has been erected near Wynwood along Interstate 95 just north of Interstate 395 exit. AIDS Healthcare Foundation Photo provided to the Miami Herald
‘Prevents Zika Transmission / Why Worry?’: This double billboard, featuring a mosquito and two condoms, has been erected near Wynwood along Interstate 95 just north of Interstate 395 exit. AIDS Healthcare Foundation Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Anti-Zika billboards along I-95 in Miami display mosquito, two condoms

August 25, 2016 6:43 PM

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