Which countries are the most vulnerable to the Zika virus?
The World Health Organization has released new statistics showing that the majority of countries in the world have been infected with the Zika-carrying virus and are at risk of contracting the disease.
The WHO has also released new guidance that outlines the steps countries should take to ensure that they’re ready to respond to the pandemic.
Here’s a breakdown of where the world is right now:As of March 25, there are 2,400 confirmed cases in the United States, with another 5,100 cases and 1,300 deaths.
The CDC says that the country with the highest number of confirmed cases, Brazil, has recorded 3,943.
In the United Kingdom, which is also experiencing a surge in cases, there have been 1,907 confirmed cases and 472 deaths.
There are also 5,066 cases and 5,824 deaths in the country.
The United States has the highest rate of infection in the Americas at 1.3 per 100,000 people, according to the CDC.
The continent has also recorded the most cases of dengue, with 4.2 per 100 million people, followed by Africa (2.7 per 100), South America (2 per 101,000) and Asia (2,6 per 101 million).
The WHO says that more than half of all people living in the developing world are at the highest risk of being infected.
The most recent data shows that about 70 percent of all cases of the disease were reported in the last 12 months, with more than 1 million people infected so far.
While the virus is now endemic in Brazil, the WHO says it will be around for a while.
In the coming weeks, Brazil is expected to see its first cases of Zika infections.
The disease is also spreading across Europe and the Middle East.
The WHO is also warning that the virus can affect pregnant women, as well as the elderly, the chronically ill and those with pre-existing medical conditions.