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Last week, D.C.’s public health lab revealed they had mishandled hundreds of Zika tests, including those of at least 9 pregnant women who were erroneously told they were negative for Zika. Now federal health officials are auditing the lab, and Tuesday the D.C. Council held a hearing on the matter. We explore what went wrong and what officials are doing to address the issues.
- Julie Fischer Co-director,Center for Global Health Science and Security, Georgetown University; @Julie_E_Fischer
- Aaron Davis Reporter, The Washington Post; @byaarondavis
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