Hotels and apartment buildings line the Copacabana beach shore in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The head of a sports travel agency specializing in packages for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics said that the company’s business could be devastated if the Zika virus, or rumors about it, continue to spread. “It could be catastrophic,” said Jerri Roush, executive vice president of Cartan Tours.
Hotels and apartment buildings line the Copacabana beach shore in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The head of a sports travel agency specializing in packages for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics said that the company’s business could be devastated if the Zika virus, or rumors about it, continue to spread. “It could be catastrophic,” said Jerri Roush, executive vice president of Cartan Tours. Silvia Izquierdo The Associated Press
Hotels and apartment buildings line the Copacabana beach shore in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The head of a sports travel agency specializing in packages for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics said that the company’s business could be devastated if the Zika virus, or rumors about it, continue to spread. “It could be catastrophic,” said Jerri Roush, executive vice president of Cartan Tours. Silvia Izquierdo The Associated Press

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