How to tell if your eggs are infected with Zika virus

By now, you probably know that Zika virus is spreading in the US, Canada, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, India and South Africa.

There’s even an outbreak in the UK, and the country has been hit by one too.

The virus is linked to birth defects and neurological damage.

But the UK is far from the only country to be hit with the outbreak.

A lot of people in the country are now living with the virus, and some have already died.

Here are five things to know about Zika in the U.K.

The first step to knowing if your egg is infected is to test it for the virus.

The first test is to look for the Zika virus gene, which can be found on your virus-positive egg.

It’s found on the DNA inside the egg.

The test can tell you if the egg is carrying Zika virus.

You can get tested at a hospital or by the NHS, but you need to bring your own specimen.

In most cases, a swab of the surface of the egg will do the trick.

If your egg contains Zika, you should test again for the gene.

The Zika virus vaccine is available to anyone over the age of 18, and costs around £1,200.

You’ll need to wait until the following week to be tested for Zika virus, or you may have to go back for a second shot.

To get a Zika vaccine, you’ll need a shot every two weeks, or every two months.

The vaccine works by blocking the virus from reaching the brain.

Your egg will be vaccinated after you have a test, which is when you’ll be able to know whether or not you’ve contracted Zika.

A Zika vaccine can also be taken at home.

If you do this, the vaccine will also be tested in your home.

This is done to determine if you have Zika and how long it’s been in your body.

If you do not have a vaccine, your risk of catching the virus will be higher, so it’s best to wait and see how long you live before trying to get a shot.

There’s also a vaccine to help you catch the virus if you get infected and die.

The MMR vaccine has been shown to help reduce the risk of transmission to children and adults.

If your baby has been born with Zika, your baby will need a booster shot.

This can cost up to £1.2 million ($1.7 million) and take between five and 10 years to complete.

If the vaccine does not work for you, you can still try other methods to get the virus under control.

For example, you could use a home vaccine to protect your baby against the virus for up to two years.

You should also get tested for the vaccine when you’re younger.

This means that you can stop taking the vaccine if you start to show symptoms.

However, you still have to get vaccinated to stop transmission of the virus to your baby.

If there’s any doubt about Zika, contact your GP.