How to protect your health during a Zika scare
A warning about the dangers of the Zika virus is a good idea, but it’s a good thing to be on the lookout for any possible symptoms.
So, here are the things to keep in mind when it comes to the spread of the virus and the potential for the mosquito-borne virus to spread to you.
A mosquito-proof garment should be worn if you’re traveling abroad in a city, state or country, or if you have symptoms of the illness, especially if you’ve travelled in the last two weeks.
The WHO has recommended wearing a mosquito net to help reduce the risk of transmission of the mosquito borne illness.
There’s a bit of a debate about whether you should wear a headband or not, with some scientists saying it doesn’t affect the mosquito, while others say it does.
However, there are plenty of examples of how you should get the best of both worlds, and here’s what to wear if you do decide to wear one.
Here’s what you need to know about Zika, and how you can keep yourself safe.
What are the symptoms of Zika?
Zika is caused by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, a mosquito that transmits the virus between humans and bats.
It can be mild, like fever, headaches, rash, and a rash-like rash.
But the symptoms can become more severe if the virus enters the brain, where it can cause microcephaly, a birth defect that can lead to developmental delays and a severe cognitive impairment.
According to the WHO, if the infection is caught early enough, it can be prevented.
“Aedes aagypti mosquitoes are highly infectious and they can transmit the virus through bites and mosquito bites,” Dr Suresh Kumar, WHO’s assistant director-general for health, said in a statement.
ZIKA can also be transmitted through blood, saliva, urine, and vaginal secretions.
This means it can spread to other people through direct contact with infected body fluids, such as semen.
Symptoms of Zika are most severe in the first few weeks after exposure, which can last up to a month.
People who are pregnant should also be on alert.
In a report published in February, the World Health Organization warned that if pregnant women have travelled to the affected region, the virus could be transmitted to their babies.
They said it was possible to contract Zika through semen or vaginal secretion.
If you have been exposed to the virus during pregnancy, it’s recommended you stop all contact with people you’ve been in contact with.
Can you get the virus if you are pregnant?
The Zika virus can be transmitted between people through sexual contact and sexual activity.
Although you can get Zika if you were sexually active in the past, this is less likely if you haven’t been exposed recently.
As for the chances of becoming infected, the risk is lower in those who have had sexual contact with a pregnant woman or woman who was previously infected, but is still breastfeeding.
How do I protect myself from mosquito bites?
Mosquito bites are not considered to be a major health risk for people who are exposed to mosquito bites.
Mosquitoes can’t carry the Zika infection themselves, so you need a person to be close enough to them to get an infection.
Some people can protect themselves by using a repellent or mask that protects them from mosquito saliva and is not likely to cause an infection in a person with symptoms.
There are also mosquito repellents that can be effective for protecting against mosquito bites, although it’s not clear whether they’re effective in protecting against Zika.
Should I wear mosquito net?
Some experts say you shouldn’t, and others say you should.
You should wear mosquito nets for two reasons: to protect yourself from other people and the virus, and to help control the spread and spread of infections.
First, you should consider whether a mosquito hat is appropriate for you, and if it does, which one is best for you.
If you do wear a mosquito suit or mosquito net, be sure to keep it clean.
Avoid contact with mosquitoes by wearing long sleeves, and wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, or a long sweater if you wear a jacket.
Keep your hair short, and avoid using repellants that may irritate the skin.
Also, wear long pants and a long shirt if you plan to be outside for extended periods of time.
Is wearing a hat a good way to protect against the Zika illness?
While you may think that wearing a mask or a hat will help prevent the virus spreading, they’re not a perfect solution for all people.
Wearing a mask may help keep the virus at bay, but some people may be more at risk of getting