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MIAMI - Sherrie Varpula-Walter has spent most of the last week holed up in her apartment. She is three months into her second pregnancy and doing everything she can to avoid being bitten by a mosquito infected with the Zika virus. Her husband, Matt Walter, has taken charge of walking their two dogs.
Sherrie Varpula-Walter has spent most of the past week holed up in her apartment. She is three months into her second pregnancy and doing everything she can to avoid being bitten by a mosquito infected with the Zika virus. Her husband, Matt Walter, has taken charge of walking their two dogs.
Sherrie Varpula-Walter has spent most of the last week holed up in her apartment. She is three months into her second pregnancy and doing everything she can to avoid being bitten by a mosquito infected with the Zika virus. Her husband, Matt Walter, has taken charge of walking their two dogs.
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Selecting a term
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