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How the Zika virus changed travel in Latin America and the Caribbean

CBS News Wednesday, 30 October 2019
The places hardest hit with Zika are also some of the most popular tourist destinations across Latin America and the Caribbean. During 2015-2016 outbreak, tourism declined and traveler demographics changed in affected areas, while Zika-free destinations got a boost. Travel + Leisure magazine editor-in-chief Jacqui Gifford shared her insights and the latest information on CBSN.
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