PH: ‘Normal’ baby born of Zika-infected mother

PH: ‘Normal’ baby born of Zika-infected mother

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The 16-year pregnant old girl – who contracted Zika during the third trimester of her pregnancy - has given birth to a baby showing no signs of microcephaly, the Department of Health (DOH) reports.
6 Jan 2017 - General
Until Culex are acknowledged as Zika vectors and birds (esp. red-whiskered bulbuls) are investigated as reservoir hosts of Zika, nothing will change in Florida or southeast Asia. These regions (and soon, California) will be hotbeds of infection for years to come.

What the WHO and CDC failed to do was take to heart the evidence submitted by Drs. Ayres, Hunter, Guedes, Guo et al., and just recently, Evans et al.

No infected mosquitoes were collected from Yap States and French Pol...
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Zika virus has been internationally popular the latter part of 2016 infecting all age groups accross the globe. One of the complications of this are babies born who are microcephaly and the worst could be developing Guillain Barre's Syndrome. This could be somehow a positive news for some that chances are babies who were born from mothers infected with the virus is safe. However as what happened in Brazil, they come to develop the sumptoms after few months. Thus this still needs further foll...
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