In Miami, schoolchildren are trying to protect from the virus zika
In Miami, representatives of the health authorities monitor the area, which discovered the virus outbreak Zeke. In Miami beach, at least five people have been infected by local mosquitoes.
The infected area is across Biscayne Bay. It is known that 36 people in the area were infected. The virus can cause serious birth defects.
The Department of health in Florida is distributing free insect repellents in Miami beach. Students were asked to spray a toxic substance before you start classes. One of the teachers stated that they were opposed to the students sprayed the repellent in the class as some children may go allergic reactions such as asthma.
School district Miami-Dade County distributes protective clothing - long sleeves and pants for students who need it. The active efforts made by the school district was impressed with Carol Karp, whose son Adam goes to high school.
"I appreciate the effort," said Karp. "This is what we must do to protect children and the community." Nearly 3,300 children will now attend school 1.5 miles from the source of infection for Zeke. Starting Monday, 7600 children in the Miami-Dade County will be attending school within one of the areas affected by the virus, Zeke.