What we know about the latest Zika virus outbreak in the US

A total of 623,824 cases have been reported in the United States, and there have been 888 deaths.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that there is “strong evidence” that the virus is spreading.

The WHO says that it is “working to identify the underlying mechanism of the outbreak”.

It has confirmed the deaths of 888 people and the CDC has confirmed 4,977 cases of the virus in the country.

The latest data shows that the Zika outbreak has reached a peak in the first few days of September.

But the number of new cases is still far below its peak and that number of deaths is still well below its pre-Zika peak of 8,600.

The number of confirmed cases is 1,812.

Here’s what you need to know about how Zika is spreading: 1.

Zika was first detected in Brazil and a handful of other countries.

It spread rapidly across the Americas and Europe in late 2016.

It was first diagnosed in Brazil in February 2017.

The virus was first reported in Brazil on 27 January, but the virus was not confirmed until February.

There have been several outbreaks in Brazil since that time, but this was the first outbreak to affect more than 1,000 people.

It is the first known outbreak of Zika in the Americas.

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The most recent outbreak has been the largest in the Western Hemisphere.

It has spread to at least 14 countries in the region.

The first three cases in Brazil have been in the capital, Brasilia, which is about 150 kilometres (93 miles) from Rio de Janeiro.

There has been another case in the southern city of Salvador.

The outbreak has killed at least 11 people, including four babies.

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Brazil’s president has urged the country to declare a state of emergency and that all affected areas be closed for weeks, but it has not yet done so.

There are fears that the outbreak will spread.

There is no official record of how many people have died, but Brazil’s health ministry said that more than 6,300 people have been hospitalized.

There were reports that the infection rate in Rio de Paulo has been a record low of less than 0.2 per cent, and that the number that died was below 10 per cent.

Brazil has been preparing for the possibility of an outbreak.

Officials have been testing and testing and comparing specimens from pregnant women.

The Health Ministry said that people should not be exposed to mosquitoes or batrachoes, which are known to carry Zika.

They also urged pregnant women not to travel to Rio or to travel with babies under a certain age.

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The United States has recorded only a single case of the Zika virus.

The disease was first identified in the states of Florida, North Carolina and Georgia, but there have only been five cases in the continental United States.

There was a case in Arizona in September, but that was the only confirmed case.

It could be that the infections are related to Zika-infected mosquitoes, but other countries in Latin America have not had an outbreak of the disease.

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The Centers for Diseases Control and Protection has declared an emergency in all 50 states and territories, including Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam and the US territory of the U:o Guam.

It also has the authority to issue travel advisories to U. S. citizens in Puerto Rico and U. s territories.

A number of states have taken similar steps, including California, Texas, New York, North Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

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It can be very dangerous to travel in the U-S.

and many countries have introduced restrictions on travelers.

Travel to the U.-S.

has been restricted to a limited number of people for the past several weeks, although some countries have allowed travelers to travel.

The travel restrictions include a ban on entry for the entire week of March 14 and restrictions for U.s. citizens, including those with Zika-related medical conditions, until further notice.

There will be a one-week travel ban from March 22 to April 1, 2019.

Some travel restrictions also apply to people in the EU and Canada.

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The U.K. government has declared a state or emergency.

It imposed a travel ban on March 19, and on April 1 and 2, the Government announced that the U’s national day of mourning would be April 14.

On April 7, it also imposed a state-wide ban on travel to the United Kingdom.

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There’s no vaccine for Zika, which the U of S is testing.

There aren’t any vaccines currently available.

The World Health Organization has said there is a “very low risk” that Zika will be passed on to pregnant women, though it said that the chances of that happening are low.

The government has said it wants to be able to give pregnant women some options, such as the use of Zika-specific contraceptives, during their pregnancy.

However, there have not been any studies showing that using condoms during pregnancy is effective. 9