Obama, Rousseff share Zika concerns

Pregnant women arrive at the Hospital Escuela Universitario to be checked for zika virus in TegucigalpaBrazil and the United States agreed Friday to launch a high-level bilateral group to develop a vaccine against the Zika virus that has spread rapidly across the Americas and been linked to microcephaly. President Dilma Rousseff and her US counterpart Barack Obama discussed their “shared concerns” about the virus’ progress, the White House said.

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