The first vaccine for Zika virus has arrived in the United States.
The vaccine is the first to be delivered by a large company.
This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also announced that the first case of the virus in the U.S. was diagnosed in Puerto Rico.
The CDC announced the first new cases of Zika in the continental U.K. since the virus was first identified in April.
In the U-K., cases of the disease are rare.
Since the first reported cases of zika in June, the disease has been isolated in at least 15 people and in at. 15,000 cases in the UK, according to the National Institute for Health Research (NIFR).
This is the third known case of zaioh virus in Europe, following cases in Spain, France and Belgium.
This outbreak in the Netherlands was traced to a small-scale outbreak in a home in the village of Eindhoven, in the province of The Hague.
According to the Dutch government, the home was contaminated with an unknown substance that may have been used to manufacture the virus.
“This is a very important milestone for the Netherlands,” said Dr. John Schoenborn, head of the NIFR’s infectious diseases branch, at a news conference on Monday.
“We have a lot of evidence that this is a new disease and it is a potentially very serious one.”
There have been no confirmed cases of ZIKV in the European Union, though there are fears that there may be a second outbreak in some member states.
The first reported case of ZikV in Europe occurred in the region in late September and was reported by the Dutch newspaper The Hague Times.
The country has been a hotspot for outbreaks of the viral disease, with outbreaks of Zika being reported every two weeks.
The Netherlands has been one of the top targets for the virus, and this new outbreak is expected to be a big setback for the country.
As of Sunday, at least one case had been confirmed, and the virus has been found in a child in the city of Maastricht.
In a statement on Monday, Dutch health authorities said that more tests were being done in order to confirm the first confirmed case of Zika, but that there was no information on the number of cases.
“In this way we will be able to determine the exact number of confirmed cases and the severity of the outbreak,” said a statement from the Dutch Health Ministry.
“However, this is not the first such case of this virus and the number does not mean that there are no more cases of it in the country.”
The Dutch government has launched a national emergency declaration in the wake of the announcement of the first known case in the EU.
The number of suspected cases has dropped from 2,935 in early October to 1,086 so far on Monday morning, and a total of 7,904 people have been declared to have tested positive for the new virus.
The new cases are being reported in a variety of areas, from the northeastern city of Groningen to the western province of Schiphol.
A total of 2,076 people have tested negative for the ZIKv1 strain of the Zaire virus, according the World Health Organization (WHO).
There are no immediate plans to stop any new cases in Europe.
The WHO says there is no evidence to suggest that ZIK will spread more easily than the Zikv1 virus in other countries.
The World Health Assembly will hold an emergency session on Monday to discuss the new outbreak and its implications.
ZIK virus is highly contagious, but the symptoms are mild and do not cause any serious illness.
Symptoms include fever, chills, headache, rash, joint and muscle pain, fatigue, and joint swelling.
Symptoms last for about a day.
The most severe cases can cause severe brain damage, which can lead to paralysis.
There is no cure for ZIK.
Anyone who thinks they may have ZIK should contact their local health department or contact their health care provider if they think they have symptoms.
The United States has a strict vaccine schedule and has strict requirements for the number and timing of shots.
For people who are not vaccinated, they must take their next dose on or after Sept. 1 each year.
The U.N. is working with the U and U.E. governments to provide emergency assistance to affected countries.
For the U, the UTA, and other U. S. government agencies that do not have adequate resources, it is working on a temporary travel ban to help control the virus and ensure that people are not in contact with people who have the virus or have symptoms of the new infection.
The State Department said it would coordinate with U. E. governments and other partners to support the UNAIDS emergency response to contain the outbreak.
The European Union said it was working with its member states to support emergency measures in response to the outbreak, including a declaration of a state of emergency.
The outbreak is being closely monitored