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How the Zika virus killed 2,000 Honduran women

Honduras is a major center of the Zika outbreak, but in this article, we’ll look at how the Zika strain killed 2.5 million Hondurans, a number that’s more than double the number of victims of the 2010 pandemic. 

In this year’s outbreak, nearly 40,000 of the people infected in Honduras have died.

The number of people infected by Zika has increased by at least 15 times, and it’s still far from fully contained.

Here’s how the epidemic is playing out in the country: 1. 

Honduras has more than 7 million people. 

The Honduran population was 2.9 million in 2014. 

That’s up from 3.4 million in 2015, and now it’s closer to 7.4 billion. 

And that number includes some 6 million Honduran-born Honduras living in the United States, which is the largest number of Honduran-born residents in the world. 

2. 

According to the Honduran government, more than 1.1 million people are infected with Zika. 

This number includes 1.7 million people who contracted the virus in the last year, and the rest of the population is infected with the virus because of the country’s limited access to treatment or travel to a safe area. 

3. 

About 1 in 6 people in the Hondurian population is at risk of contracting Zika. 

 That means about 10 percent of the entire population has been infected. 

4. 

At least 11,000 people in Honduras are hospitalized for Zika-related complications, including severe joint pain, seizures, kidney failure and other serious illnesses. 

5. 

More than 1,000 pregnant women in Honduras were tested this year. 

Six out of ten women tested positive for Zika, and of those, three tested negative for the virus. 

6. 

Lagos, Honduras is home to one of the biggest and most rapidly growing Zika populations in the Americas. 

There are an estimated 9,000 new Zika cases every day in the island nation. 

But the country has also been dealing with severe and chronic undernourishment, and its economy is in a crisis, according to the Associated Press. 

7. 

Some 2,600 people have been killed in Honduras in the Zika epidemic. 

Among the deaths, some 1,800 people have died from the virus, while more than 4,000 have died in the recent months due to other causes. 

8. 

A new study shows that one in every five Hondurians living in areas affected by the virus are pregnant. 

It found that in the past two weeks, the number who are pregnant has dropped by almost half. 

9. 

An international aid group has reported more than 300 new cases of the virus globally, and more than 30 new cases have been confirmed in the US. 10. 

Vaccines were given to some 1.4 of every 4 children in the developing world last week. 

They include vaccines given to babies in Brazil, South Africa, Canada and other countries. 

11. 

Two new cases in Honduras this week have been reported. 

One of them was found in a preschool, while the other was found among a community in the northeastern state of Guerrero. 

12. 

Five people have tested positive with Zika, according a statement by the World Health Organization. 

13. 

Mexico’s health ministry said Tuesday that there have been three new cases among people in northern Honduras, including a boy who died. 

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Tens of thousands of people in Mexico have been ordered by the government to undergo mandatory Zika tests. 

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Several states in the northern part of the United