A lab worker holding a vial containing mosqitos of the kind "Aedes aegypti", that can carry zika virus at the IAEA Laboratories in Seibersdorf near Traiskirchen south of Vienna, Austria.
A lab worker holding a vial containing mosqitos of the kind "Aedes aegypti", that can carry zika virus at the IAEA Laboratories in Seibersdorf near Traiskirchen south of Vienna, Austria. HELMUT FOHRINGER AFP/Getty Images
A lab worker holding a vial containing mosqitos of the kind "Aedes aegypti", that can carry zika virus at the IAEA Laboratories in Seibersdorf near Traiskirchen south of Vienna, Austria. HELMUT FOHRINGER AFP/Getty Images

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