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Zika: what Brazil is doing to tackle the virus

Posted on 4 February 2016

An article by Dr João Nunes

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Dr João Nunes has just published an article in The Conversation on "Zika: what Brazil is doing to tackle the virus".

The “explosive” spread of the Zika virus has prompted health officials to predict up to 4m cases this year and 26 countries and territories have already been affected in the Americas. Brazil has been particularly hit by Zika – and microcephaly, the condition that causes smaller heads in newborns that is being linked to the virus.

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