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Sep 21

Spraying In Brooklyn And Queens Will Begin At 10 P.m.

Just like an international security threat would be the responsibility of the federal government. http://www.upwoodybiomass.org/experteyedoc/2016/08/29/a-background-analysis-of-trouble-free-tactics-of-eye-surgery/Zika primarily spreads through bites from mosquitoes, but can also be sexually transmitted. Most people wont even know they have been infected by Zika because it often causes no symptoms at all or just mild symptoms. De Blasio said the number of Zika infections diagnosed in New York City will be rising. Even as our local mosquito season ends at the end of October, beginning of November, we still expect to see those numbers rise because of travel, de Blasio said. For those who do have symptoms, the most common include fever, rash, joint or muscle pain, conjunctivitis also known as pink eye and a headache. http://www.feelfreemaldives.com/leahmitchelltalk/2016/08/29/obtaining-help-on-level-headed-astigmatism-tactics/The symptoms usually last just a few days to a week. The real issue is for pregnant women who are at greatest risk because the virus can cause devastating birth defects such as microcephaly, where the babys brain fails to develop normally. Spraying in Brooklyn and Queens will begin at 10 p.m. Tuesday and will last through 6 a.m. Wednesday.

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