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FDA: Blood donors at risk for Zika should defer giving blood for 4 weeks

Wednesday, February 17, 2016   (0 Comments)
The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that anyone infected by -- or potentially exposed to -- the Zika virus should wait at least four weeks before donating blood in the United States. The agency said that includes individuals who have recently traveled to Zika-affected regions, those who have had symptoms suggestive of a Zika infection in the past month, as well as those who have had sex with a person who has traveled to or lived in Zika-affected areas in the previous three months.


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