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mt with a confirmed case of the veto virus in Texas next week and inspection skyrocketing in Brazil finished third lead control now said to be considering a wide ranging travel warning for pregnant women the virus is spread by mosquitoes and usually causes mild fever and rash bumpers bill investigating linked to an epidemic of Microsoft Alicia instance born with abnormally small heads often leading to incomplete brain development and damage , Caitlyn that country shot from two hundred a year to three thousand and twenty fifteen the situation so dire that some health officials warned that pregnant women living in places with high rate of transmission should avoid getting pregnant , on Tuesday a traveler returning to Texas from El Salvador had a confirmed cases eater health officials urging travelers to take protective measures against mosquitoes if they travel to areas where the infection is present the CDC warning could apply to central and South America even covering travel to Caribbean nations and Porto Rico