“Zika is one of those diseases that is always like an iceberg — you just see the tip.” From NPR: How Big, Really, Is The Zika Outbreak In Florida?

+ That question is less of a mystery in Puerto Rico where the answer is … Big. From The Guardian: “As much as 25% of the island’s population could have the disease by the end of mosquito season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates, and up to 50 pregnant women each day are infected on the island.”