Zika Virus Continues to Spread

Zika Virus Continues to Spread

In the wake of the Zika virus outbreak, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) is calling on California and 10 other states to begin testing their blood banks immediately. More than 30 California residents have tested positve for the virus, and two California women affected by Zika have delivered children with birth injuries. The babies were born with microcephaly, a condition wherein the children's heads are significantly smaller than is typical. The Zika virus has also been linked to other birth complications such as developmental delays. Symptoms of Zika infection include rashes, along with fever, joint pain, and red or itchy eyes.

These symptoms usually develop within 3-12 days after recieving a bite, and last from 4-7 days.

At Bostwick & Peterson, we are dedicated to protecting mothers and newborns. We have years of experience representing families affected by any type of birth complication. For more information, or if you believe your child has suffered any form a birth injury, please contact the experienced our compassionate San Diego birth injury attorneys for an immediate, confidential consultation.


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