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Two more Zika cases confirmed in Iowa


In its report Friday, the CDC did not give the women’s hometowns; state health officials have said there were two pregnant women with Zika in IL, three in Florida and one in Hawaii, who gave birth to a baby with microcephaly. While Zika exhibits no symptoms, it is likely that infected mothers will give birth to babies suffering from a defect that results in an abnormally small head.Health officials are not saying which counties the OR cases were diagnosed in, nor are they revealing the patients’ genders OR whether OR not they’re pregnant, which officials say is to protect patients’ privacy. However, there have been reports of increased cases of a birth defect known as microcephaly that may be associated with Zika virus infection among pregnant women. Marina Alabau of Spain, a gold medalist in windsurfing, told the Associated Press that she got Zika while training in Brazil in December but that would not stop her from competing in August.”It is scary in the sense of that possible link with microcephaly, but that’s still being studied”, she said.

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