WHO says India reports cases of Zika virus - Telegraph.co.uk

India has reported cases of the Zika virus, the World Health Organization said, adding that efforts should be made to strengthen surveillance. The WHO said that on May 15 India's health ministry reported three confirmed cases from the western state of ...

Govt. keeping close watch on India's first Zika cases - New Kerala

New Delhi , May 27 : The Health Ministry has asked the public to remain calm and said that India has a strong surveillance system to detect and contain new Zika virus infection. Hours after the WHO confirmed the first three cases of Zika Virus ...

With several confirmed Zika virus cases in India, here is what you can do to stay safe - The Tech Portal

An outbreak of Zika virus in the country has been confirmed. Along with the government, the World Health Organization has also confirmed the first three cases of Zika virus, which were reported from Ahmadabad. All of these cases stemmed from the ...

Zika 'low-level' India entry - Calcutta Telegraph

New Delhi, May 27: India has detected its first Zika virus infections in three adults in Ahmedabad, who have no recent history of foreign travel, suggesting "low-level local transmission" of the microbe that can cause brain damage in developing foetuses.

Zika virus cases in Ahmedabad: Here are some major guidelines to keep yourself safe from the mosquito-borne disease - Financial Express

Soon after the detonative outspread of the disastrous Zika virus last year, several countries including India flagged off an immediate alarm to halt the further spread of mosquito-borne disease. By: FE Online | Published: May 28, 2017 1:32 AM. 44. Shares.

Zika virus enters India: Identify Symptoms & remedies, Steps to take for precautions against mosquito-borne disease - India.com

The three cases that have been confirmed in India by the World Health Organisation are all from Gujarat's Ahmedabad area. By Aishwarya Krishnan | Published: May 27, 2017 11:11 PM IST Email. 0 Shares. Facebook share; Twitter share; Share on Google+ ...