"Zika is kind of a funny thing because it's not Ebola. We don't have to get into the kind of froth we got into over Ebola because it doesn't transmit that way. It doesn't kill people in horrible ways," said Steven Bucci, a visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation. "The problem, though, is the people it does affect are unborn children and eventually infants, and the sort of psychological-social effect of that is pretty traumatic."
"One of big initiatives of this administration is to push everybody into using electronic health records," Mr. Bucci said.