How internet will help you fight Zika: Experts
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The world is trying to get a handle on Zika, which has killed nearly 3,300 people in Brazil and is spreading in other countries.
Here are three ways the internet could help you keep up.
• The internet has a huge potential to help fight Zika.
The World Health Organization has estimated that as many as half a billion people may be infected worldwide, including 3.3 million pregnant women.
Zika infections have also killed more than 4,300 Brazilians.
There are also a lot of people who don’t have access to the internet, such as children and the elderly.
The Zika virus can cause severe symptoms that include fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis.
Symptoms last for days or weeks.
Most people recover in two to three weeks.
• Online community tools can help you stay safe online.
While there are tools to prevent Zika outbreaks online, the real challenge is to stay safe when sharing sensitive information online.
In addition to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Pinterest, there are other online communities, including Reddit, Reddit.com, and Reddit.co.uk.
For example, the official Reddit community for the Zika virus says that if you are having trouble with Zika, you should try to get in touch with other people who are experiencing the same symptoms.
That way, you can get help, get support, and keep the virus from spreading.
The Reddit community also has an FAQ section with questions you can ask the community about Zika.
You can also post on Reddit to share more information about the virus and get help from other people.
• It’s important to stay connected to friends and family.
The National Institutes of Health has established a Zika hotline for the general public.
The hotline has two numbers for people who may be at risk of getting Zika.
Call them at 800-332-4236, or use the website to call the hotline from anywhere in the United States.
It is up to you whether you need to call these numbers or use a separate service like TextMe, which allows you to text and text friends.
You will be asked to enter your phone number, and if you don’t answer, you will be directed to the Zika hotline.
The first number will automatically dial in for you.
Callers on the other end of the phone will also receive a text message when you call the first number.
TextMe is not a virus hotline, but you can also dial the hotline in the event you have a friend or family member who is infected.
You don’t need to worry about getting a hold of someone on the phone.
The world is trying to get a handle on Zika, which has killed nearly 3,300 people in Brazil and is…