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What Returning Travelers Need To Know About Zika

You had a great trip. The bags are unpacked. You're even pretty sure you avoided being bitten by the mosquitoes that can carry Zika virus. Back to the old at-home routine, right? Not so fast. If you've visited an area with Zika, it's important to keep taking precautions to prevent mosquito bites for three weeks after coming home and prevent sexual transmission for six months--even though you've returned to a place where Zika isn't spreading and even if you don't feel sick.
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