2 million people are believed to have been infected in Brazil, and the country has had to deal with widespread microcephaly and birth defects.
It has been hit by the virus, the most common form of Zika, since March, and now many of those people are facing long waits to get tested for the virus.
Many are in the midst of re-infection, which is when a virus may cause severe neurological and psychiatric problems.
In addition, more than 500,000 people are expected to contract the virus in Brazil as of May, according to the country’s Health Ministry.
The number is expected to rise.
The virus is highly contagious and can cause birth defects and other complications, and it’s transmitted through sexual contact.
So far, more people in Brazil have contracted the virus than have died from it, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.S. has also been hit with an outbreak of Zika.
The U.K. and Australia are also reporting cases.
The virus is now spreading in other parts of the world, including the U.A.E., Australia and New Zealand.
The Zika virus was first detected in Brazil in late March and the virus has since infected a number of countries, including Brazil.
It’s been detected in other countries as well, including Peru and Peru, Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Panama.
The CDC has said that the virus could be found in parts of Venezuela and parts of South America.
The agency also has not found the virus causing serious birth defects in pregnant women.
The CDC said on May 23 that more than 2 million workers have lost their jobs because of the virus because of delays in getting tests.
The majority of the workers lost their job because of “unexpected or unanticipated travel and work schedules,” according to Reuters.
Many of the affected workers have families who work for them and were in direct contact with people who may have been exposed to the virus and are at risk for contracting it.
In the U, the Centers in the U-20 World Cup were scheduled to host games in late June.
On May 27, the team played a friendly match in Mexico.
The players and coaches were informed that their teams would not play due to Zika virus, and there were no games played.
On May 30, the U.-20 team returned home to face Peru and Argentina in the second leg of the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, which takes place in Panama.
It was postponed for an unknown amount of time.
On June 6, the USA won the game, and on June 10, it defeated the Costa Rica team.
The USA won in a scoreless first leg, 1-0.
The match was stopped in the 90th minute when a USA player fell to the ground after making a tackle on Argentina’s defender.
The USA player was taken to the hospital.
The player was not seriously hurt and later played again on June 13 against Costa Rica.