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Potential exposure to Zika virus for foreign tourists during the 2016 Carnival and Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • M. N. BURATTINI (a1) (a2), F. A. B. COUTINHO (a1), L. F. LOPEZ (a1) (a3), R. XIMENES (a1), M. QUAM (a4), A. WILDER-SMITH (a5) and E. MASSAD (a1) (a6)...
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*Author for correspondence: Dr E. Massad, School of Medicine, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. (Email: edmassad@usp.br)
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