- The Zika virus is prompting travel warnings that target pregnant women
- Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers people's concerns about the virus in a Facebook chat
- It's not been proven, but a connection between the virus and microcephaly is suspected
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Atlanta (CNN)The Zika virus is now active in more than 20 countries, prompting worldwide concern and travel warnings targeting pregnant women.