How to stop the Zika virus in your bikini
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a report that states that there is “no credible evidence” that the Zika outbreak in Brazil is spreading to the United States.
However, that’s not stopping some people from putting on swimsuits and swimming in the ocean, according to the report.
Read moreWhat to know about the Zika and other mosquito-borne diseasesHere are some important things to know:The Zika virus was first discovered in 1947 in Brazil, and the first cases were reported in the early 2000s.
The virus has been linked to birth defects, miscarriages and Guillain-Barre syndrome, a genetic condition that causes muscle weakness, paralysis and weakness in the limbs.
There is currently no vaccine for Zika, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced it is “committed to developing and rolling out a global Zika vaccine.”
The vaccine, which is still under development, is expected to be available in 2018.
The WHO estimates that 1 in 10 people in Brazil will get infected with Zika by mid-August.
Brazil’s government has been heavily criticized for not doing enough to combat the virus, which has been reported to be linked to microcephaly and other birth defects.
The WHO’s report says the virus is spreading in Brazil by mosquitoes that are carrying the Zika-1 strain of the virus.
This strain is the same strain that was found in the Zika vaccine being developed by the World Health Assembly in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, earlier this month.
The report states that Brazil’s government is using “fertilization, surveillance, and public health measures to limit the number of mosquitoes that carry the Zika strain” and has set up a network of mosquito traps and barriers to deter mosquitoes from breeding in the country.
The government has also established a mosquito-control hotline, called the “Mosquito Control Unit,” that is available 24 hours a day.
According to the WHO, there is a shortage of mosquito nets and other protective gear in the countries of Brazil and Argentina, where the virus has infected large numbers of people.
However the WHO also notes that there are other measures to prevent the spread of the Zika, such as banning outdoor activities where mosquitoes congregate and requiring people to wear face masks.