Sick with Chikungunya, Dengue or Zika?
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Sick with Chikungunya, Dengue or Zika?
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    1/11/16

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    Protect yourself and others from mosquito bites during the first week of illness. Protect family and friends • During the first week of illness, chikungunya, dengue, or Zika virus can be found in the blood. • A mosquito that bites you can become infected. • An infected mosquito can bite a family member or neighbor and make them sick. Watch for these symptoms See your doctor if you develop a fever with any of the following symptoms: • Muscle or joint pain Ÿ • Headache, especially with pain • behind the eyes Ÿ • Rash • Conjunctivitis (red eyes) Protect yourself mosquito bites • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants. Ÿ • Use door and window screens to keep mosquitoes outside. Ÿ • Use insect repellent For more information: • www.cdc.gov/chikungunya • www.cdc.gov/dengue • www.cdc.gov/zika CS262037-A Publication date from document properties. sick_with_chikv_denv_zika.pdf
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