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Miami's art world does not stop for Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Poolside parties, outdoor red carpets and blocks upon blocks of art fairs are continuing as planned for Art Basel Miami Beach, which runs through Dec. 4 .Concern that the festival would be thwarted had flared in July when the first cases of Zika transmission through mosquito bites on the U.S. mainland were reported in Miami's arts district of Wynwood and later in nearby Miami Beach.Art Basel began Thursday, but parties, street fairs and concerts started earlier in the week.Airline seats booked into Miami International Airport during Art Basel weekend are up over last year.
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