This file photo taken on May 7, 2016 shows a mosquito in Mexico City. Tens of thousands of babies may be born with debilitating Zika-related disorders in the course of the outbreak sweeping through Latin America and the Caribbean, researchers said on July 25, 2016. Mathematical projections suggest about 93.4 million people may catch the virus -- including some 1.65 million pregnant women -- before the epidemic fizzles out, a team reported in the journal Nature Microbiology. Eighty percent of people will develop mild symptoms or never even be aware they have the virus.

Il s'agit du premier bébé en Europe atteint de microcéphalie liée à ce virus. La mère du bébé a contracté Zika lors d'un voyage dans un pays d'Amérique latine.

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