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Four Suspected Cases Of Zika: Dr Kama

There are currently four suspected follow up Zika virus cases in Fiji. This was confirmed by National Adviser for Communicable Diseases, Dr Mike Kama today. He said that the Ministry’s  vector control, border
15 Feb 2016 16:03
Four Suspected Cases Of Zika: Dr Kama
National Adviser for Communicable Diseases, Dr Mike Kama(right) during a press conference this afternoon. Photo: Litia Cava.

There are currently four suspected follow up Zika virus cases in Fiji.

This was confirmed by National Adviser for Communicable Diseases, Dr Mike Kama today.

He said that the Ministry’s  vector control, border control and Centre for Communicable disease would continue to be vigilant and alert to diseases that have similar symptoms to the Zika virus.

Zika is a viral disease that is transmitted through a bite of an infected mosquito, primarily the Aedes species of mosquitoes that also transmits Dengue fever and chikungunya

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