It can be a nightmare for pregnant women and their babies.
You can’t leave home without carrying mosquito repellent.
And you can’t bring pets in public.
The Zika virus can also spread through the air.
It’s known as “Zika” because the virus is caused by a mosquito-transmitted virus.
It can cause severe fever, chills, rash, and joint pain.
And, it can cause brain damage.
It’s one of the most deadly and deadly viruses to ever hit the United States.
It has been found in more than 40 countries, according to the World Health Organization.
There are currently more than 2.4 million confirmed cases and 6,300 deaths worldwide.
There have been 3,500 deaths worldwide in the past week.
There are many ways to get tested and keep your health at risk, but for some people, getting tested is an expensive and complicated procedure.
Here are some things you can do right now to protect yourself and your family.
You should:Avoid wearing masks.
You need to be able to see your face.
If you wear a mask, wear it at least 3 inches away from your face or eyes.
Do not use alcohol to wash your hands.
It will increase your risk of infection.
You also may have a higher risk of catching a virus if you drink alcohol.
Clean and disinfect your hands frequently.
You should wash them with soap and water at least once a day.
You need to keep a close eye on your temperature.
When your body temperature drops, you’re more likely to get sick.
If your temperature drops too low, you may develop fever, rash or joint pain and even get a fever.
You may need to go to the emergency room or to the hospital.
If there’s a fever, the risk of getting the virus increases.
You can also use a mosquito repelling product to reduce the risk.
Many of the best mosquito repellers contain chemicals that can help you stay healthy.
If you’re pregnant, take steps to protect your baby.
For more information on how to keep your baby safe, go to our Pregnant and Pregenerating guide.
Do NOT use birth control pills to stop pregnancy.
Pills contain hormones that can increase your risks of infection with Zika.
Some birth control options are also known to increase your chances of catching the virus.
Pregnancy is the best time to get pregnant, but it’s also the time to test for Zika.
You’re at higher risk if you have a history of Zika or if you’re in a group that’s more likely than others to get infected with Zika and spread the virus to others.
If your condition worsens, talk to your doctor.
You could be more likely if you’ve had the virus before.