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The advisory said, "The CDC Recommends that pregnant women consider not traveling to the Olympics". Dr. Richard Leman, an Oregon Health Authority public health physician, said in a news conference Friday in Portland that so far, all of the men who transmitted the virus sexually had shown symptoms.
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Later Sean Ono Lennon, the son Yoko shared with late husband John Lennon, took to Twitter to dispel the lingering rumors that she had suffered a stroke. Thanks for all the well wishes! "The information that she has been given is that in all likelihood she will be out tomorrow (Saturday)". Ono, who was born in Tokyo, has worn many hats over her life, including artist, musician, filmmaker and peace activist.
The real concern is for pregnant women because Zika virus has been known to be linked to microcephaly and other birth defects in babies. In January, the CDC released details of a case of a US woman who had lived in Brazil and gave birth to a micro cephalic baby in Hawaii.