Scientists found traces of Zeke virus in saliva and urine

Brazilian scientists advise pregnant women not to kiss strangers. Virus Zeke, as it turns out, can be transmitted through saliva and urine. Samples of virus experts from the State Institute of health Brazil Fiocruz found in biological fluids.

Now scientists are trying to establish whether the virus could be transmitted via saliva and other liquids. So far, the Council of experts is to limit kiss with strangers. Also pregnant women should use individual silverware, writes British newspaper The Guardian.

While scientists have little information about the zika virus. It is known that the disease is transmitted through bites of mosquitoes of the genus Aedes. A particular danger is a disease for pregnant women. Virus infection provokes fetal development of severe brain lesion.

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