- •Health organizations can use Twitter to spread information about health threats.
- •The public and CDC are concerned about the spread of Zika and forms of transmission.
- •The public is concerned about the consequences of Zika for pregnant women and babies.
- •The CDC used Twitter to give information about Zika symptoms and educational content.
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