Before the Olympics, there was a lot of talk about the danger posed by Zika in Brazil. As the games come to a close, concerns are rising about the spread of the disease in America; particularly in Miami where the CDC just expanded its travel advisory.

+ “Teams of scientists … are hunting for medicines that might work against Zika. And public-health experts have been dispatched to eradicate reservoirs of breeding mosquitoes. Those efforts might help—but there’s little that can stop an epidemic in its tracks as effectively as a vaccine.” From The New Yorker: The Race For A Zika Vaccine.