By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The increasing danger of the Zika virus has led Rio 2016 Olympic Committee to issue a statement guaranteeing that installations where the competitions will be held will be inspected daily during the month-long event to prevent the dissemination of the mosquito during the games.
“Rio 2016 will continue to accompany the situation closely and will follow the guidelines of Brazil’s Health Ministry,” the statement said.
The announcement comes days after several countries, including the United States, started to warn its citizens of the dangers of traveling to countries . . .