tom llamas, abc news, nashua, new hampshire. >> there are reports of two more tornadoes in the southeast. the latest in southeast georgia. damaging some buildings and vehicles at an army base. no injuries were reported. it was the eighth tornado in the southeast this week. the administration building at a federal minimum security prison for women in alabama was damaged. >>> brazil's president says the zika virus has gone from a distant nightmare to a real threat against the brazilian people. the government in brazil scrambling to start developing a vaccine. but until one is ready, the presidt says preventing mosquitoes from breeding is the best defense. the virus has caused thousands of babies in brazil to be born with unusually small heads. >>> despite those efforts being made against the virus, there are growing calls for the olympics to be canceled. medical ethicist arthur kaplan says it would be irresponsible for brazil to host the summer games in the middle of a public health emergency. had the olympic committee tells abc news, it's keeping a close eye on the situation. very scary,
prush said that's a line more ptom llamas, nashua, new phampshire new hampshire. p>> look for more live coverage pfrom new hampshire in our next phalf hour as the votes are pcounted. pstay with abc news for complete pcoverage. p>>> we're going to turn our pfocus now to the zika virus. resident obama asking congress pfor nearly $2 billion to battle pthe disease. pstate of emergency in florida phas expanded yet again. pnow spanning seven counties. pbut will the virus stop u.s. polympians in their tracks? pwe get more now from abc's plinsey davis. p>> reporter: big pquestions about travel to pbrazil, home of one of the pbiggest outbreaks of the zika pvirus. pand the 2016 summer games. pwith the olympics six months paway, and an estimated half pmillion people expected to pattend, the real dilemma is for pthe athletes. p>> it's very difficult to give padvice to people who have pdevoted the last x number of pyears, training for that. pthe cdc and the nih can just pgive them the facts and the pevidence-based information. p>> reporter: the u.s. olympic pcommittee is advis
tom llamas, nashua, new hampshire new hampshire. from new hampshire in our next counted. stay with abc news for complete coverage. >>> we're going to turn our focus now to the zika virus. president obama asking congress for nearly $2 billion to battle the disease. state of emergency in florida has expanded yet again. now spanning seven counties. but will the virus stop u.s. olympians in their tracks? we get more nowrom abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: big questions about travel to brazil, home of one of the biggest outbreaks of the zika virus. and the 2016 summer games. with the olympics six months away, and an estimated half million people expected to attend, the real dilemma is for the athletes. >> it's very difficult to give advice to people who have years, training for that. the cdc and the nih can just give them the facts and the evidence-based information. >> reporter: the u.s. olympic committee is advising athletes to listen to the cdc, while olympic officials in rio are trying to downplay the threat. u.s. socces chief medical officer tells us, members of the u.s.
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