US Food and Drug Administration finds ‘no significant’ environmental impact of experimental release of insects after 15 Zika infections were reported in Miami

A release of mosquitoes genetically engineered to produce dead offspring and thus combat the spread of the Zika virus has been approved in Florida by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Source: Guardian Environment