Why are women being so scared of Zika?

In Brazil, a new study has found that women are much more likely to be infected with Zika than men, and women are less likely to know that they are infected.

The study, published in the journal Medical News by the Brazilian University of Rio Grande do Sul, found that of 5,000 Brazilian women who were infected with the virus, only 10 percent of them knew that they were infected.

In comparison, only 6 percent of men knew they were susceptible to the virus.

“This study confirms that women were less likely than men to know if they were at risk of infection, even when they were vaccinated,” said Dr. Lise Ternheim, the study’s lead author.

“We also found that there was a strong association between vaccination and a lower risk of being infected with virus, which indicates that women may have been more at risk than men.”

The researchers compared data from Brazil’s National Health Institute and other Brazilian government and private organizations to see if there was an association between Zika and vaccine effectiveness.

The researchers found that only one in three vaccinated women tested positive for the virus; in comparison, nearly half of women tested negative.

The virus, however, did not seem to be associated with vaccine efficacy.

Ternheim believes that the vaccine could have had a bigger effect for women.

“If we were really interested in the vaccine’s effectiveness for women, we would have been able to find women who tested positive in the study who had received a vaccine and they were also vaccinated,” she said.

Tests were conducted at hospitals and community health centers across the country to assess whether or not women had received any vaccinations.

Women who tested negative to the vaccine were still tested.

The researchers said that the study is important because it highlights the importance of testing in a Zika vaccine program.

“The vaccine could prevent some women from getting infected,” Ternheimer said.

“But we also need to be vigilant because there is a possibility that the infection would have spread elsewhere in the population.”

In addition to the study, the Brazilian government has issued an urgent call for the vaccination of pregnant women.

“This is a huge call,” said Maternal Health Minister Bruno Fernandes.

“If you think about how many babies are born every day, how many lives are lost in this epidemic, it is not a small thing.”