Feb 7, 2016

Israeli research Into Zika virus contradicts World Health Organization findings

The Jewish Press

Preliminary research led by Haifa University indicates that the relevant factor associated with the [Zika] virus is in fact the wave of exceptionally hot and dry conditions, which have reached record levels in the latter half of 2015 in northeastern Brazil where the Zika virus has broken out.

The research argues that the outbreak is not attributable to heavy rains rather it can be attributable to another factor involving climate change and global warming patterns that have affected the planet over recent decades.