Agents redirect babymooners as Zika spreads

As concerns over the Zika virus mount with increasing reports about its spread and effects, travel agents are coming up with alternate plans for their clients, especially for so-called babymoon travelers, as pregnant women have been advised to postpone travel to countries where Zika transmission is ongoing. As of last week, cases of the mosquito-borne virus had been reported in more than 20 countries in the Caribbean and South and Central America, with World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan saying it was “spreading explosively.” “The level of alarm…

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