Who On Zika Virus


'Who On Zika Virus' - 6 News Result(s)

  • High Risk Of Zika Virus Spread In Black Sea Area: WHO

    High Risk Of Zika Virus Spread In Black Sea Area: WHO

    The Black Sea coastal areas of Georgia and Russia face a high risk of a Zika virus outbreak, the World Health Organization warned today, while it also put Europe on alert ahead of the upcoming summer months.

  • Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials: WHO

    Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials: WHO

    The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials

  • WHO Advises Against Blood Donations From People Returning From Zika Areas

    WHO Advises Against Blood Donations From People Returning From Zika Areas

    The World Health Organization on Thursday advised countries against accepting blood donations from people who had travelled to regions affected by the Zika virus.

  • Take Preventive Measures Against Zika Virus: WHO

    Take Preventive Measures Against Zika Virus: WHO

    World Health Organisation today urged Southeast Asian countries and India to strengthen surveillance and take preventive measures against Zika virus, especially as the mosquito responsible for its spread is found in many areas of the region.

  • What You Need To Know About The Zika Virus

    What You Need To Know About The Zika Virus

    Zika, which the World Health Organization says is "spreading explosively" across the Americas, is transmitted by the same mosquitoes that also carry other tropical viruses such as dengue and yellow fever. Global health officials are alarmed because of its potential link to brain defects in infants as well as a rare syndrome that can lead to paralys...

  • Spread Of Zika Virus 'Explosive', 4 Million Cases Possible: WHO

    Spread Of Zika Virus 'Explosive', 4 Million Cases Possible: WHO

    The Zika virus - linked to severe birth defects in thousands of babies in Brazil - is spreading "explosively" and could affect as many as four million people in the Americas, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.

'Who On Zika Virus' - 6 News Result(s)

  • High Risk Of Zika Virus Spread In Black Sea Area: WHO

    High Risk Of Zika Virus Spread In Black Sea Area: WHO

    The Black Sea coastal areas of Georgia and Russia face a high risk of a Zika virus outbreak, the World Health Organization warned today, while it also put Europe on alert ahead of the upcoming summer months.

  • Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials: WHO

    Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials: WHO

    The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials

  • WHO Advises Against Blood Donations From People Returning From Zika Areas

    WHO Advises Against Blood Donations From People Returning From Zika Areas

    The World Health Organization on Thursday advised countries against accepting blood donations from people who had travelled to regions affected by the Zika virus.

  • Take Preventive Measures Against Zika Virus: WHO

    Take Preventive Measures Against Zika Virus: WHO

    World Health Organisation today urged Southeast Asian countries and India to strengthen surveillance and take preventive measures against Zika virus, especially as the mosquito responsible for its spread is found in many areas of the region.

  • What You Need To Know About The Zika Virus

    What You Need To Know About The Zika Virus

    Zika, which the World Health Organization says is "spreading explosively" across the Americas, is transmitted by the same mosquitoes that also carry other tropical viruses such as dengue and yellow fever. Global health officials are alarmed because of its potential link to brain defects in infants as well as a rare syndrome that can lead to paralys...

  • Spread Of Zika Virus 'Explosive', 4 Million Cases Possible: WHO

    Spread Of Zika Virus 'Explosive', 4 Million Cases Possible: WHO

    The Zika virus - linked to severe birth defects in thousands of babies in Brazil - is spreading "explosively" and could affect as many as four million people in the Americas, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.

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