March 22, 2016
(Reuters) – The World Health Organization is still waiting for its members to stump up another $4 million to tackle the growing threat from the Zika virus, WHO chief Margaret Chan said on Tuesday. “The more we know, the worse things look,” Chan told a news conference at WHO headquarters in Geneva. “In less than a year the status of Zika has changed from a mild medical curiosity to a disease with severe public health implications.”
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