A pregnant woman waits for a routine general check-up, which includes Zika screening.
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How mums-to-be in Brazil are tackling Zika

Since the Zika epidemic was linked to the birth of babies with brain defects, many pregnant women have been panicking in Brazil, and there has been a rush to drugstores where mosquito repellents sell out quickly.

While several countries recommend women to delay plans of having babies, women already pregnant are at the centre of the public health crisis in Brazil.

Julia Carneiro went to meet a group of mothers-to-be in Rio to see how they feel.

  • 28 Jan 2016
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