Zika could infect 93 million people in Latin America in 3 years
Nature Microbiology states that about 93 million people in Latin America and the Caribbean will be infected by the Zika virus in the next three The study was carried out by scientists at Notre Dame University in partnership with the University of Southampton, both in the United States, and used as a basis local projections on the number of people which can be infected in five-kilometer quadrants across the continent. The research failed to estimate an exact number of children who will be affected by congenital problems due to Zika virus infection, as the proportion of women infected for cases of Zika. But experts believe that tens of thousands of children may have problems like microcephaly.
With information from the newspaper O Estado de S.Paulo.
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