Only a Dozen Inspectors Stand Between Zika and Miami

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  • Chalmers Vasquez sends 12 inspectors against innumerable bugs
  • ‘What you need in this particular situation is people’

Mosquito season starts in earnest this week in the 2,000 square miles of Florida’s Miami-Dade County, which has had the most Zika cases in the U.S. To stop the insects and the epidemic they threaten, Chalmers Vasquez has just 12 full-time inspectors.

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