How to stop the Zika virus spreading in South Africa

By now, most people in South African cities are already wearing protective gear: mosquito nets, masks, and face masks.

But those in rural areas may be a little more hesitant to go out into the field.

The country is still dealing with a massive outbreak of Zika, which has been linked to a surge in microcephaly cases.

While South Africa is far from a completely safe place to go for the disease, experts say there’s no shortage of information to keep people safe.

That’s because the World Health Organization (WHO) is currently assessing more than 400 million cases worldwide.

This is a problem that is being solved in many ways.

One approach is to collect data on where people are and what they’re doing in the field, as well as how they’re getting treated, to help determine which measures might be effective.

But this approach requires a lot of data.

The WHO has set up a new website called the Zika Tracker, which allows users to upload their own data.

If a user uploads a map of where they’re at, for example, they can upload their personal data, such as the name and address of the location.

The map can be exported to Excel, CSV, and PDF files, and users can also upload a CSV file of their own personal data.

A map can also be shared by email to the WHO.

The Tracker is available to anyone in the world who’s willing to provide their data to the organization, and it’s available to users of any country.

The tool is still in its infancy, but it’s already allowing users to get their data from various sources.

It’s not just South Africa.

It could help to understand the global situation.

South Africa has the world’s second largest population, after China, but only about 30 percent of the population is actually exposed to Zika.

For that, WHO is using a technique called the “global risk score.”

For every person in the WHO’s analysis, it assigns a score based on factors such as age, sex, health, and geography.

These factors are weighted according to the risk of a disease outbreak.

This scoring system has a few limitations.

The system only looks at people in the Americas, and since Zika is not found in Africa, there are very few African people living in the United States.

South Africans are also disproportionately concentrated in the North, which means that they’re more likely to get Zika, and thus, they’re also more likely than other countries to transmit it to others.

However, if people who live in the U.S. have Zika and others are also infected, then they’ll share the risk with the North Americans and the North Africans.

It also means that, while the WHO doesn’t want to have to focus on the U, it doesn’t have to worry about people living here.

If you live in South Korea, for instance, then you’ll be more likely and, therefore, more likely have to deal with Zika.

The World Health organization is also using a method called the ZIKV Atlas.

This tool looks at the countries with the most cases, where a new infection has been detected.

It uses that information to identify the countries where new infections have been found.

It then uses the ZikV Atlas to identify where a country might be most at risk for Zika.

So far, there’s a lot to do on the ZZIKV Tracker.

There are, for now, only over 3,500 countries.

But WHO has already released data on the locations of new cases.

The agency also has a global map of microcePHaly cases, which shows which countries have the most microcepsy cases.

This map can then be exported as a CSV or Excel file.

Users can also create a CSV for their own microce PHaly data, and share it on social media.

For instance, one user posted a link to the spreadsheet that includes the microce data of all South Africans.

If South Africa was able to track microce phaly cases in their own country, the data could help the WHO track cases in other countries.

However: It is not clear how much of this data will actually be useful for the WHO, since microcephelas are not contagious in humans.

That means that the agency can’t track micros cases in countries where people have no contact with others who have microcepes.

This means that some countries might have a higher risk of micros, but not enough to affect the WHO and its global surveillance efforts.

But the WHO has the ability to help keep track of other outbreaks, including the Zika outbreak.

The ZIKVEX database contains data on cases in South-East Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.

The data is available for anyone who is willing to upload it.

However (and this is the thing that will really matter), it’s not always possible to get the data from South Africa or other countries that

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