Hawaii Department of Health Reports First Case Of Zika Virus In The U.S. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hawaii Department of Health Reports First Case Of Zika Virus In The U.S.

Just days after the Center for Disease Control recommended travel warnings to pregnant women headed to Latin America, the Hawaiian Department of Health has confirmed a Zika “virus infection in a baby recently born with microcephaly in a hospital on Oahu.”

The release stressed that this case wasn’t acquired in the United States: the mother was pregnant in Brazil in May 2015, when the virus was transmitted. Neither the infant or the mother are contagious.

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