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The U.S. government on Friday extended the current state of emergency until Oct. 17, which means the Zika virus pandemic will continue for another two weeks.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it is expecting to receive a report from the public on the status of the virus from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) this week.
In an interview with CNNMoney, CDC Director Tom Frieden said the public should expect to see the virus in the U.K. in November, the U., and the U-S.
by next week.
“We are anticipating to get a report about the virus,” Frieden told CNNMoney in an interview.
“There’s no other time for that.”
The CDC will issue a final report on the virus by late November or early December, he added.
The public has until Oct 10 to submit comments on the CDC’s draft report, but the agency said comments must be submitted by Oct. 23.
“We are in the process of getting feedback on our report,” Friedens said.
The CDC’s report, which will include information about Zika and its impact on the United States, will provide information about how to protect yourself and others from the virus.
While the CDC said it expects to receive more than 300,000 comments from the general public, only a small percentage of those comments will be received by the CDC.
As of Friday, the CDC had received more than 30,000 responses to the Zika outbreak, the agency says.
The agency also reported that the number of Zika-related deaths in the United Kingdom rose by 8 percent, from 3,037 to 3,904 in the week ending Oct. 8.
More than 4.3 million Americans have been infected with the Zika-spreading virus.
While the virus can be spread through direct contact with an infected person, transmission can also occur through direct exposure to the virus’ spores or aerosols.
The CDC says more than 4,000 U..
S.-born Zika cases have been diagnosed, but it has yet to determine how many have been confirmed and how many cases are still being traced to the country.
The first cases of Zika virus infection have been reported in the country since late February, when a Spanish nurse was diagnosed with the virus after returning from a trip to Brazil.
Read more about the Zika epidemic: Zika virus: How to get vaccinated: CDC advises against travel to countries where Zika is spreading, especially in the Pacific Northwest, South America, the Caribbean, and parts of Africa.
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Health officials are urging people to stay indoors and stay away from public places where they can be seen.
Aerial footage shows a woman in the middle of the street in the southern Brazilian state of Bahia on October 3, 2017.
CDC says travelers in the Southeast U.: Should stay indoors, close windows, and stay in vehicles.
If you’re a health care professional, the WHO recommends people stay home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., unless they are working, traveling, or in a hospital or nursing home.