How to help fight Zika virus in Honduras
As the country prepares to mark the first week of March with the inauguration of the country’s new president, there are already signs that the country has been preparing to deal with the spread of the virus.
Honduras’ president is already looking to use his position to boost tourism, according to the countrys most popular television show, Televisa.
He is expected to use the occasion to highlight the country s success with Zika, and his plan will be to visit a tourism destination where the virus has not yet made an appearance.
“It will be a very positive gesture,” Elisa Martínez, the host of Televisión, told reporters.
“We are in a critical period for our tourism, and this is something that is going to bring people here.
It is important to show that Honduras is a country that can protect itself.”
According to the National Institute of Statistics and Statistics, Honduras has recorded an estimated 735 cases of Zika in the past few weeks.
The number of new infections is expected, but the government has warned of a potential rise in the number of cases.
Last week, officials warned that the virus was likely to spread more rapidly if not contained, leading to increased numbers of infections.
The number and type of infections have fluctuated throughout the month, but they are up in some regions, including in the southeast, where the government is attempting to combat the spread.
The National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases says that over the past week, it has received reports of more than 10,000 Zika cases in Honduras.
In the last week, the number is up to 8,000.
The situation in the south has also been getting worse.
In the first two weeks of March, the country reported over 4,500 new Zika cases, the National Center of Immunization has reported.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has warned that some regions in the country have not received adequate surveillance.
The countrys government has also stepped up efforts to protect people who are infected, according the World Bank.
In recent days, it announced the creation of the Emergency National Coordinator for the Zika Virus, which will be responsible for coordinating government responses to the virus outbreak.
President Porfirio Lobo said that his government would use the position to strengthen the country against the spread, as well as work with other governments to protect against the virus, as part of his ongoing efforts to tackle the spread and the spread itself.