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Pregnant women with any laboratory evidence of the ZIKA virus infection.
Source: Pregnancy Registries as of January 21,2017
US States and DC:1,534
ZIKA virus cases reported to ArboNET.
Source: ArboNET as March 1,2017
US States and DC:5,074
US Territories: 38,306
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