Miami Beach residents collect literature and bug spray prior to a Zika town hall meeting on Monday in South Beach. The meeting was held in the active transmission zone between 8th and 28th Streets, at the Waverly Condominium on 1330 West Avenue.
Miami Beach residents collect literature and bug spray prior to a Zika town hall meeting on Monday in South Beach. The meeting was held in the active transmission zone between 8th and 28th Streets, at the Waverly Condominium on 1330 West Avenue. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald
Miami Beach residents collect literature and bug spray prior to a Zika town hall meeting on Monday in South Beach. The meeting was held in the active transmission zone between 8th and 28th Streets, at the Waverly Condominium on 1330 West Avenue. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald

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