Earlier this month, the US corporation issued a travel warning stating that Zika was endemic to India. Alarm for Zika in India: The Indian government has turned to the US – American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention written to "withdraw or modify" the warning.
The CDC Zika warning says: " An outbreak of Zika was reported India . Zika is endemic to India (found regularly). However, the number of Zika cases in Rajasthan and the surrounding states is increasing. Pregnant women should NOT travel to Zika risk areas. "
India argues that there were some outbreaks of mosquito-borne disease in India, but each one of them has been curbed effectively. Even more important is the Indian government, the Indian Zika variety is different. According to the findings of some of the best research institutes in the country, it has no connection to microcephaly.
In Brazil, in 2015, children born to Zika-infected mothers with smaller heads were born, and I developed a brain. This triggered worldwide panic.
Zika is a mosquito-borne infection that is spread by a virus. Identified as monkeys for the first time in Uganda in 1947, it was discovered in humans five years later.
In October and November of this year, more than 150 cases of Zika were reported mainly from Rajasthan. There were also cases in Gujarat, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh after some people from Rajasthan had arrived. This is the third recent case when Zika cases were found in India. On May 15, 2017, the Indian government notified the World Health Organization of three laboratory-confirmed cases of the Zika Bapunagar area in Ahmedabad, which were discovered in January. There were also a number of cases from the Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu. The Indian government had been criticized when the cases were reported from Gujarat for "hiding" the cases. The WHO has issued a press release on the cases.