Kissing does NOT spread Zika, government study confirms



Kissing cannot spread Zika, a government study has confirmed.
The virus lingers in the blood stream and saliva for up to about two weeks after infection, and remains in bodily fluids like semen for months.
While studies have proved the virus can be transmitted sexually, scientists were not sure if casual contact like kissing or sharing a fork could be dangerous. 
Now, researchers commissioned by the National Institutes of Health have assured that a kiss is not off-limits to sufferers.  
The study was a bid to understand a mysterious case of Zika transmission last year, when an elderly man... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Health, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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