The Aedes aegypti mosquito in San Jose, Costa Rica. The World Health Organisation has declared Zika an international public health emergency. Photo: EPA

Travel dilemmas: should you avoid travel to areas affected by the Zika virus?

Does the WHO’s declaration of an international public health emergency over Zika virus that can harm unborn babies mean you should change your travel plans? Where is Zika an issue? Will you suffer a financial penalty if you cancel? Your questions answered

Topic |   Zika virus

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The Aedes aegypti mosquito in San Jose, Costa Rica. The World Health Organisation has declared Zika an international public health emergency. Photo: EPA
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