Non-communicable diseases are the most common form of disease and are spread through contact with the blood or bodily fluids of others, such as through coughing, sneezing or kissing.
The virus can be transmitted through direct contact with blood, semen or saliva, or through contact from another person.
Symptoms can include fever, chills, a runny nose, a rash, and joint pain.
It is also possible to contract the virus through direct or indirect contact with a mosquito bite.
It can be difficult to spot a mosquito at first, and it can take up to a week for a person to catch the virus.
Zika virus symptoms Symptoms of Zika include fever up to 101.5 degrees Celsius (176 degrees Fahrenheit) and a rash up to 10 cm (4 inches) long.
If the rash goes untreated, the infection can progress to a more serious condition, such, Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS).
This is a potentially fatal condition, and many people will die from it within weeks.
The symptoms of Zika can also cause a condition called microcephaly.
If a person is infected with Zika, the baby will be born with an abnormally small head, with small brains.
The condition causes problems with learning and social interactions.
It may also lead to developmental delays.
Microcephalo is a condition that can lead to a variety of other problems.
It also can be a life-threatening condition in newborn babies and adults.
In some cases, microcephelas can cause permanent damage to the brain.
For example, a baby born with microcephels could develop a stroke, dementia, or even death.
Zika has also been linked to Guillamin-Barré syndrome (GBRS).
This rare condition is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s ability to talk, walk and swallow.
There is no cure for GBS.
In addition, Zika is the cause of Guillama-Barrett syndrome, or GBS-B.
This condition is caused by a gene mutation in a gene that is expressed in certain parts of the brain, making people unable to swallow, move or breathe.
GBS is a serious condition that requires medical attention.
Symptoms of GBS include severe pain and weakness.
It requires a period of intensive care and often requires a blood transfusion.
This may also require a period for a surgical procedure to remove the affected area.
The severity of the condition varies, but it can lead for a period to life-long disability and permanent brain damage.
People infected with the Zika virus will develop Guillam-Bargon syndrome, which is a disease that is rare in children and adults but can be fatal.
The disease is caused when the immune system mistakenly attacks the brain and damages the central nervous system.
The person with Guillams-Barones syndrome can have a variety or the same symptoms as those of Gbs.
The most common symptoms of Guillian-Barsones syndrome are severe headaches, confusion, memory loss, speech and balance problems, and a loss of muscle tone.
Symptoms may include severe fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting.
In severe cases, the condition can result in death.
If you or a loved one is infected, contact a local health care provider and get tested for Zika virus, because it is highly contagious.
If symptoms persist, your healthcare provider will help you find a suitable vaccine.
If there is no vaccine available, a health care worker may prescribe a non-fatal course of the vaccine to treat your symptoms.
There are no treatment options available for Zika, so it is important to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
If your symptoms persist and you need medical treatment, contact your healthcare professional immediately and receive the recommended course of treatment.
This will include getting a blood test, a test to rule out infection with Zika virus and for further testing for the Zika infection.
If no treatment is available, call your local healthcare provider for advice on how to treat the virus, such a medication, a surgical treatment and/or a biopsy.
It should be noted that the symptoms of the virus may not be present for a while.
The vaccine does not always protect you from the infection.
People with Zika may still get a mild form of the disease that will cause mild symptoms for a few days.
But this will eventually turn into a serious infection.
It will also lead for the disease to progress to an irreversible condition that may lead to death.
People who have a fever of at least 101.3 degrees Celsius will be contagious for at least five days and can transmit Zika virus through bodily fluids.
If they develop a fever, it will likely go away within a week or two.
However, some people who have high fever may develop Guillian Gaubre syndrome, a disease caused by the virus that is very serious and causes severe weakness, paralysis and death.
It affects the brain’s nerve cells and affects people with cerebral palsy, a condition of the spine. In people