The Obama administration says the zika virus is “scarier” than initially thought, so they’ve asked Congress for $1.9 billon to fight it, warning that if we wait mosquito eradication efforts, lab tests, and or vaccine research may not be able to catch up. To date there have been 346 cases of zika confirmed in the continental United States — all in people who had recently traveled to Zika-prone countries. No one doubts it’s a true health crisis in other countries. But what about here? Are you concerned or is this just another overblown health scare for the U.S.? Have your say in this week’s poll.