By now, you may have seen the news that the Zika outbreak in the US has reached a crisis level.
This has left millions of Americans vulnerable to the virus, and the CDC says the current outbreak is the worst in recorded history.
However, the world is getting more and more aware of this threat and the consequences of inaction.
The world has been paying attention to the issue for months now.
There have been some notable successes in stopping the spread of the virus in places such as the Philippines and Thailand.
However as of last week, the CDC’s warning was extended for two more weeks, which means that we are now entering a new phase of the pandemic.
While we do not yet know how widespread the outbreak is, the pandemics last pandemic lasted about 15 years.
We can say with certainty that the current strain of the Zika-Copper-Coil virus is significantly different than the previous two, so it will be important to take precautions when traveling abroad and at home.
This is because we are facing a global pandemic in the most severe form.
It is not just the virus itself, but its impact on people and the environment, that is the most worrisome aspect of the outbreak.
The Zika virus has become the most infectious infectious disease on the planet, with more than 100,000 confirmed cases.
The virus is not contained.
It can be spread through sexual contact, and if you are infected, you are more likely to transmit it to others.
The disease can cause severe health problems, including a severe fever, muscle aches, and headaches, and is extremely contagious.
Although it can be treated with a vaccine, the virus is still spread by mosquito bites.
The current pandemic has been a long time coming, and it is a very significant threat to everyone.
The global community has been trying to make progress in controlling the virus for more than a decade now, and this has been slow to happen.
As we have seen, even the best measures do not completely prevent the spread.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that the global pandemic has been brought under control, but that does not mean that the pandems future is clear.
We need to be careful about what we do when we travel and we should also pay attention to local health authorities and governments in developing countries who are currently in the throes of an outbreak.
Let’s go back to the basics.
What is Zika virus?
Zika virus is a type of microcephaly virus that is found in Brazil, and its spread is primarily through the Zika region of the Americas.
Zika virus can be passed by sexual contact or by being bitten by an infected mosquito.
A person can become infected with Zika virus if they are bitten by a mosquito, but this is the least of the problems.
The risk of becoming infected is much higher if they have sex, and Zika virus may also be passed through contaminated or contaminated with blood.
Zika infection is more common in women than in men, and women in developed countries are more at risk than men in developing nations.
A lot of people are getting the virus as a result of the sex-selective abortion of pregnant women in the 1990s, and there is also evidence that women who have sex outside of marriage are more susceptible to the Zika infection.
It was estimated that more than 400 million people worldwide were infected with the Zika Virus in 2015, and many of these infections were caused by people who were pregnant or who had a child who was born with the virus.
The WHO says that the virus can spread rapidly through sexual intercourse.
This means that if a person who is infected is sexually active, they can be infected with multiple times.
In some cases, multiple people can have the same infection.
In other cases, the infection can spread to multiple partners, or even to a fetus that has not yet been tested for Zika virus.
This can lead to serious complications, such as birth defects, microcephi, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
What are the symptoms of Zika virus infection?
The most common symptoms of the current pandemias symptoms include fever, joint pain, muscle cramps, headache, and conjunctivitis.
The symptoms may seem mild, but are serious if left untreated.
These symptoms can be caused by the virus or from other factors.
The fever, which can last from four to 12 days, is caused by an increase in the body’s temperature.
If the temperature goes above 90 degrees Celsius, a person can get severe dehydration.
The joint pain can be mild or severe depending on the severity of the fever.
In a person with severe fever and a headache, they may also develop severe migraines, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating.
People may also have mild fever, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
The pain and headache can be severe, but it usually subside within two to seven days.
A woman who is pregnant or may be pregnant is more at-risk for developing severe headache, nausea