‘We don’t know what this is’: Why Texas has become a testing ground for Zika virus
A new study shows that Texas has emerged as a testing laboratory for the Zika virus.
The Texas Tribune reports that the new study, published Monday in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, finds that the state has seen a surge in the number of cases.
The study also found that more than 90 percent of the cases in the state have been linked to travel to and from Brazil, which has been designated a state of emergency.
The CDC says that Texas is one of the few states that have not yet reported any confirmed cases of the virus.
Greg Abbott said that Texas needs to have more resources available to deal with the virus, and has asked for additional help from the federal government to fight the spread of the disease.
“I want to make it clear that I don’t have a solution to this.
I want to address this issue,” Abbott said.
Abbott has previously suggested that Texas should not send aid to the U.S. and that the U