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    Zika virus pregnancy case confirmed in Spain - first in Europe

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    Spain has confirmed that a pregnant woman has been diagnosed with the Zika virus - the first such case in Europe.

    The health ministry said the woman had recently returned from Colombia, where it is believed she was infected.
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    The Spanish health ministry said the pregnant woman was diagnosed as having Zika in the north-eastern Catalonia region.
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    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-35490524

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: November 14, 2016


    In response to the Zika virus epidemic in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Health Institute and the Autonomous Communities, has established a Zika virus disease surveillance.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network, 304 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection have been reported to date. All of them have been detected in people who have come or visited affected countries except for two indigenous cases of sexual transmission. In three cases, congenital Zika has been detected (the last reported case of surveillance week from 17 to 23 October); In all of them, the mothers became infected in areas at risk.

    In Catalonia, 118 of the confirmed cases of Zika virus infection have been reported, 70 in Madrid, 19 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla y León, 14 in Andalusia, 13 in the Valencian Community, 12 in Galicia, 8 in La Rioja, 8 In the Basque Country, 7 in the Balearics, 6 in Navarre, 6 in Asturias, 4 in the Canaries, 2 in Murcia, 2 in Extremadura and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Forty-two are women who were pregnant at the time of sampling.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Number of Zika Virus Cases Rose to 300 in Spain
    Madrid, November 1 (Prensa Latina) The number of Zika virus cases in Spain rose today to 300 cases, including 41 pregnant women, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality reported today.

    The latest cases are 13 patients, who traveled to countries affected by the disease, the Ministry of Health added...The autonomous communities of Catalonia and Madrid have registered most of the cases, with 117 and 68 people infected, respectively.

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: October 24, 2016

    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 297 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito.

    In three cases it has been detected congenital Zika (the last reported case surveillance week 17 to 23 October); in all infected mothers in risk areas.

    116 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 67 in Madrid, 19 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla and Leon, 13 in Andalusia, 12 in Galicia, 12 in Valencia, 8 in La Rioja, 8 in Basque, 7 Country Balearic Islands, 6 in Navarra, 6 in Asturias, Canarias 4, 2 in Murcia, Extremadura 2 and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Forty are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: October 10, 2016


    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 293 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    115 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 67 in Madrid, 19 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla and Leon, 13 in Andalusia, 12 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 8 in La Rioja 7 Balearic Islands, 7 in the Basque Country, 6 in Navarra, 6 in Asturias, Canarias 4, 2 in Murcia, Extremadura 2 and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Forty are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: September 26, 2016


    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 287 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    113 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 65 in Madrid, 19 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla and Leon, 13 in Andalusia, 12 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 7 in Baleares, 7 Vasco, 7 Country in La Rioja, Navarra 6, 6 in Asturias, Canarias 4, 2 in Murcia, 1 in Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura 1. Forty-two of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Last updated: September 19, 2016


    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 283 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    110 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 65 in Madrid, 18 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla and Leon, 13 in Andalusia, 12 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 7 in Baleares, 7 Vasco, 7 Country in La Rioja, Navarra 6, 6 in Asturias, Canarias 4, 2 in Murcia, 1 in Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura 1. Forty-two of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: September 12, 2016


    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 279 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    108 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 64 in Madrid, 18 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla and Leon, 13 in Andalusia, 12 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 7 in Baleares, 7 the Basque Country, 6 in La Rioja, Navarra 6, 6 in Asturias, Canarias 4, 2 in Murcia, 1 in Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura 1. Forty-two of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Cases diagnosed
    Last updated: September 5, 2016


    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 264 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission diagnosed on July 1 in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    103 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 61 in Madrid, 18 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla y Leon, 10 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 11 in Andalusia, 6 in La Rioja 7 in the Basque Country, Navarra 5, 5 Baleares, Canarias 4, 4 in Asturias, 2 in Murcia and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Thirty-nine of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    Last updated: August 29, 2016

    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 247 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika; on both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    95 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 61 in Madrid, 18 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla y Leon, 10 in Galicia, 10 in Valencia, 8 in Andalusia, 6 in La Rioja, 6 in the Basque Country, Navarra 5, 5 Baleares, Canarias 4, 2 in Asturias, 2 in Murcia and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Thirty-nine of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

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    Last updated: August 16, 2016

    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 229 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except an indigenous case of sexual transmission in the Community of Madrid, a region that has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito. In two cases it has been detected congenital Zika. On both occasions the mothers were infected in risk areas.

    87 confirmed cases of infection Zika virus have been reported in Catalonia, 58 in Madrid, 15 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla y Leon, 10 in Galicia, 8 in Valencia, 7 in Andalusia, 6 in La Rioja 5 in Navarra, Baleares 5, 5 in the Basque Country, 4 in the Canary Islands, 2 in Asturias, 2 in Murcia and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha. Thirty-seven of them are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

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    Last updated: August 8, 2016

    To the epidemic by Zika virus in the Region of the Americas, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, in collaboration with the Carlos III Institute of Health and the Autonomous Communities, it has established a surveillance of imported cases of disease by Zika virus.

    Through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network have been reported so far 219 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. They have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries except two cases of congenital Zika whose mothers were infected in risk areas and indigenous case of sexual transmission in the Community of Madrid. This community has not detected the presence of Aedes albopictus mosquito.

    Eighty-one cases have been reported in Catalonia, 56 in Madrid, 15 in Aragon, 14 in Castilla y Leon, 9 in Galicia, 7 in Valencia, 7 in Andalusia, 6 in La Rioja, 5 Navarra 5 in Baleares 5 in the Basque Country, 4 in the Canary Islands, 2 in Asturias, 2 in Murcia and 2 in Castilla la Mancha. Thirty-seven of the confirmed cases are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionale...cados/home.htm

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    HEALTH - DISEASES - VIRAL DISEASES

    The Ministry of Health rises to 193 cases of transmission of the virus in Spain

    BY EUROPE PRESS MADRID | 01/08/2016 - 16:43

    The Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality has raised to 193 the number of cases of infection confirmed in Spain Zika, three more than the 190 recorded until last week.

    According to the latest report from the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network released Monday August 1, 192 of them have been detected in people from or who had visited affected countries, so it is imported cases.

    It has also been reported one indigenous case of sexual transmission in the Community of Madrid, although in this region has not detected the presence of the mosquito 'Aedes albopictus'.

    Specifically 64 patients are in Catalonia, 52 in Madrid, 15 in Aragon, 11 in Castilla y Leon, 8 in Galicia, 7 in Valencia, 7 in Andalusia, 6 in La Rioja, 5 Navarra, five in Baleares, Canarias 4, 4 in the Basque Country, 2 in Asturias, two in Murcia and one in Castilla la Mancha.

    Like last week, 26 confirmed cases are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the sample.

    http://noticias.lainformacion.com/sa...940406894.html

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    The first baby born in Spain with microcephaly because of Zika

    EFE.jpgEFE 25/07/2016 - 16:440

    A person affected by viral fever Zika woman who contracted the virus when bitten by a mosquito on a trip he made to Latin America, has given birth to a baby with microcephaly and other malformations, reported doctors at the Hospital Vall d today ' Hebron in Barcelona.

    This is the first case of microcephaly caused by Zika in Spain and probably in Europe, after the mother has refused an abortion despite last May will detect malformations in the fetus when she was 20 weeks of gestation.

    In Catalonia, a total of 21 pregnant women have suffered from Zika after traveling to America, five of which have already given birth to healthy babies, while this was the only case in which doctors detected malformations in the fetus.

    http://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/esp...-del-Zika.html

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    Health rises to 182 cases in Spain zika

    The number of infected pregnant also increases and affects women 24

    EFE Madrid
    18.07.2016 16: 52h - Updated: 07/18/2016 16: 54h.

    The number of cases diagnosed in Spain of the Zika virus has increased from 173 to 182, all imported least one native of sexual transmission, and 24 correspond to pregnant women , two more than last week.

    Although the clinical picture of this virus is mild, in the case of pregnant there is high suspicion it may cause microcephaly or other neurological disorders in infants. Twenty - four of the 182 cases confirmed so far zika by the Ministry of Health in its web are women who were pregnant at the time of taking the samples.

    In addition, Health includes the first case of sexual transmission of this virus registered in Spain - specifically in Madrid, a woman infected by her partner, a man who had been during the months of April and May in a Latin American country.

    The ministry stressed that was not detected the presence of the Aedes albopictus mosquito to transmit the virus- -capable in the Community of Madrid.

    The other confirmed cases through the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network correspond to people who had traveled to affected countries , so it is imported cases.

    Of the total diagnosed, 61 patients are in Catalonia, 49 in Madrid, 13 in Aragon, 11 in Castilla and Leon, 7 in Galicia, 7 in Valencia, 7 in Andalusia, 5 Navarra 5 in La Rioja 4 Canary islands, 4 in the Basque Country, 4 in Balearic islands, 2 in Asturias, 2 in Murcia and 1 in Castilla-La Mancha.

    In early May was detected in Catalonia the first case in Spain of microcephaly of a fetus whose mother was infected of the virus. In June, a second case of cerebral malformation was reported in the fetus as a result of zika.

    http://www.abc.es/sociedad/abci-sani...2_noticia.html

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