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Guillain-Barre Syndrome has Been Scientifically Linked to the Zika Virus - EVERYONE Can Contract GBS, Zika Virus Infection is No Longer Just a Threat to Pregnant Women
A recent customer of ours contacted us requesting a screen room. He said that he contracted the West Nile Virus last year (2015) in Houston, TX. Not only did we think that the West Nile Virus was of no threat to the US anymore, but also were unaware of the severity of his symptoms. A year after being infected, he has been left with neurologic damage to his extremities and other significant permanent damage.
This whole time, FDR Custom Enclosures was trying to inform the citizens of Texas of the presence and spread of the Zika Virus and to protect themselves, especially pregnant women, only to learn that the West Nile Virus is alive and well in most all of United States, including Texas, and can have devastating effects to men and women alike.
If we thought the Zika Virus was bad, the West Nile Virus carries devastating damage to men and women alike, and is still a major issue in the United States as of current
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This Map Shows Counties that have People Infected by the WNV that Contracted Neuroinvasive Disease
Last Updated February 22, 2016
Aedes aegypti mosquito, carrier of the Zika Virus