Though Congress and the Obama administration are still fighting over how to respond to the Zika virus outbreak, the gridlock hasn’t kept government scientists from trying to develop an effective vaccine. CQ Roll Call’s managing editor Adriel Bettelheim talks to senior Senate reporter Niels Lesniewski to learn more.
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NIH expert leading Zika vaccine effort says a large-scale outbreak is "extremely unlikely" on the US mainlandhttps://t.co/exYQpVWF09— Niels Lesniewski (@nielslesniewski) August 18, 2016