A Health Ministry worker fumigates for the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at the Oriental Market in Managua, Nicaragua. On Tuesday, the Nicaraguan government reported 15 people have become infected with the Zika virus, including the first two pregnant women.
A Health Ministry worker fumigates for the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at the Oriental Market in Managua, Nicaragua. On Tuesday, the Nicaraguan government reported 15 people have become infected with the Zika virus, including the first two pregnant women. Inti Ocon AP
A Health Ministry worker fumigates for the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at the Oriental Market in Managua, Nicaragua. On Tuesday, the Nicaraguan government reported 15 people have become infected with the Zika virus, including the first two pregnant women. Inti Ocon AP

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