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US warns pregnant women not to travel to 11 Southeast Asia countries over Zika

U.S. health officials on Thursday recommended that pregnant women postpone travel to 11 Southeast Asian countries because of the risk of Zika virus infection, which has been shown to cause severe birth defects. The latest countries singled out by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
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