Provisional remarks on Zika virus infection in pregnant women: Document for health care professionals (January 25, 2016)
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This document was developed by PAHO/WHO based on the antenatal care recommendations, together with the data and evidence currently available on the impact of the Zika virus on pregnant women. These considerations will be revised and updated as new evidence becomes available.
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