You’ve probably heard a lot about the Zika virus from the news. And because scientists recently estimated that we have the highest chance of catching Zika from now until September1,the Teladoc clinical staff is offering tips to reduce your chance of getting the Zika virus:
Pack to Protect2
Avoid Spread of Zika
Because the Zika virus can lead to birth defects,7the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends women who are trying to get pregnant or who are pregnant delay their travels to any area impacted by Zika.
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