“It’s just not enough,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden said of the House measure. “It doesn’t give Americans the protections they deserve, and with every day of delay it gets harder to do this.” He added, however, that he’s “optimistic that at the end of the day they’re going to do the right thing on Zika.”
“There is no doubt in my mind that everything is going to work. And I mean everything,” 64-year-old Thomas Manning said Wednesday with a grin as he continued to recover at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital. “You can interpret that any way you wish.”
“They help us facilitate the healing process by allowing kids to get out of their room,” she said of the wagons. “This works really well for a 2-year-old who would not be able to be wheeled around in a wheelchair. It’s very safe.”
“They’re very afraid that Colombia could become an example that spreads across the region,” he said.
“The House of Representatives is three months late and more than a billion short,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said.
“The more we learn about Zika, the more worried we get about it,” Dr. Margaret Chan said in a briefing Tuesday in Geneva, saying she herself would be going to the Rio Games.
“There’s always a need for new options,” said Pachel, who has reviewed some testing data on Sileo but isn’t affiliated with Zoetis.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that pregnant women not travel to areas with Zika and that if they live in a Zika area to strictly follow steps to prevent mosquito bites and to prevent sexual transmission.
“We’re cautiously optimistic,” said Cetrulo, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, adding that “it’s uncharted waters for us.”