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As Zika danger wanes, travel warnings are eased for pregnant women

Jose Wesley Campos, who was born with the Zika-caused microcephaly birth defect, smiles while waiting for his therapy session at the Disabled Child Assistance Association, in Recife, Brazil, last May. (Eraldo Peres) ATLANTA — U.S. and international health officials are easing warnings against travel to regions with Zika virus because the threat has diminished markedly since the virus began to sweep across the globe four years ago. The World Health Organization designated Zika a global health emergency in 2016, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told women who were pregnant or might become pregnant to stay away […]

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