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Invasive New U.S. Visa Rules Hurt Americans Too

June 09, 2017

When the Zika virus arrived in Florida in 2016 after wreaking havoc in Latin America, Governor Rick Scott gave state universities $25 million to research how to combat the virus’ transmission, how to develop a potential vaccine, and how to treat those infected. Teams of scientists – Americans, Brazilians, Venezuelans, Colombians and Haitians – worked together, across borders, to tackle a disease that also spread across borders.


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