ZIKA UPDATE FROM CDC WEEKLY REPORT

The incidence of the ZIKA virus infection is increasing progressively. Remember It takes nine months for a woman infected by the ZIKA virus to give birth to a child with microcephaly and all women do not get pregnant as the same time. This is why you do not see a very large increase of the new cases of the viral infection. If my viewers and my followers go the previous publication of the Community United  For Health And Prevention you will see that there was prevention method in place. As of today, no one knows the carriers of the ZIKA virus but we know the vectors: The mosquito. We know already that the ZIKA virus infection is transmitted through sexual contact. You are already aware that if you are infected by the ZIKA virus, you have to protect your sexual partners. The Community United For Health And Prevention has another approach to decrease the incidence of the ZIKA virus infection. We will go overseas to decrease partially the population of the mosquito vector of the ZIKA virus. We will do that with the support of the United States government and the collaboration of the government officials of countries where the ZIKA virus infection is endemic.We will start with Brazil where the infection started. If we are successful in Brazil, we will implement our program to other countries. To achieve these goals, we need to have money. This is why we recommend our viewers to visit cufhap.com. Our URL is https://cufhap.dm.networkforgood.com.  Our

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Now here the latest CDC Report:

Source: Pregnancy registries as of November 10,2016

Pregnant women with any laboratory evidence of ZIKA virus infection

US states and DC: 1,087

US territories:2,451

Source Arbonet as of November 16,2016

Cases:

US States and DC: 4,255

US Territories: 32,068

If you need more information, CDC is always there for you. Please visit cdc.gov.

 

 

Author: cufhap

Founder and executive Director on the Community United For Health And Prevention (CUFHAP), I am a trained physician with a master of Public Health, a Health care in developing countries certificate and an LPN. My goals are to develop strategies to partially decrease the population of the mosquitoes vector of the ZIKA virus in order to decrease the incidence of microcephaly among the children born from mothers infected by the ZIKA virus.By doing so,we will decrease the incidence of Guillain Barre Syndrome , encephalitis and other diseases caused by mosquito bite like malaria, arboviral meningo- encephalitis caused by multiple viral agents. These arboviral diseases are classified by geographic area WNV (Western Nile Virus), Eastern and Western equine encephalitis,La Crosse encephalitis, St Louis encephalitis. To reach these goals the Community United For Health And Prevention needs the support of the people and the governments.