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USA Today:
Olympic Zika Fears Flip Out: Our View

When the Summer Olympics open in Brazil in less than a month, athletes and visitors will have plenty to contend with, from economic and political turmoil to polluted waters and a violent crime wave. The Zika virus — which has garnered the world’s attention, prompted several star athletes to skip the Olympics and stirred bitter debate over whether the Rio Games should go on — is far down on any realistic list of concerns. And if public health decisions are to be driven by facts, not fear, the decision to begin the Games on Aug. 5, as scheduled, is reasonable. (7/6)