BRAZIL — This one may sound a bit backwards, considering, Brazil is one of the only country’s in our modern world that doesn’t allow other country’s and their researchers to study blood samples from their residents. But, according to reports, Brazilian labs have detected the Zika virus in urine and saliva samples.
The discovery reportedly leads new questions into the research into the virus, and, how it emerged and how indeed it may be transmitted to human beings.
It emerged earlier this week, that, the virus can be transmitted by blood transmissions and sexual contact. A U.S case was reported earlier this week in Texas, the first of any kind, specifically transmitted by sex in the United States. The reported findings come