India confirms first Zika virus cases—WHO - The Manila Times

NEW DELHI: The Indian health ministry has confirmed its first cases of the Zika virus, the World Health Organization has said, the latest nation to be affected by the mosquito-borne virus that sparked global concern. Zika—which can cause babies to be ...

Zika virus in India: WHO says three cases found in Gujarat; government says all victims have recovered - Financial Express

The virus is spread by female mosquitos of the Aedes aegypti variety, the insect also spreads yellow fever dengue and chikungunya. The mosquito usually bites during the day, the mosquitoes are particularly active during the morning and the evening.

First three Zika cases in India found in Gujarat: WHO - Gulf Today

NEW DELHI: India has detected three Zika-affected patients, including a pregnant women -- all from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, says a World Health Organisation (WHO) report. Earlier, all the three cases had been confirmed by the Union Health Ministry's ...

Zika landed in India in 2016: All you need to know about the dreaded virus - Business Standard

Zika, the dreaded virus spread by mosquitoes, has finally found its way to India. File photo. ALSO READ. WHO confirms Zika virus cases in Ahmedabad, the country's first Gujarat govt signs Rs 67k cr MoU for Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project Gujarat ...