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Upper West Side »

The city's health department is advising doctors to screen pregnant women regularly for Zika infections.

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Fort Greene »

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Central Harlem »

The women are among 505 New Yorkers to have been infected with the virus.

West Brighton »

The forum will be at 7 p.m. in the Richmond University Medical Center.

Whitestone »

The Health Department has created six maps offering information about its mosquito control operation.

TriBeCa »

Dr. Mary Bassett doesn't understand why pregnant women are still traveling.

Kips Bay »

Pols say the city is vulnerable because many New Yorkers are from regions where the virus is spreading.

Prospect Heights »

The department now says anyone age 5 or older with the virus's most-common symptoms should be tested.

Flushing »

The city plans to spray for mosquito eggs to prevent the risk of Zika and West Nile Virus next week.

New York City »

The city is spraying to prevent the risk of Zika and West Nile Virus.

Midtown »

The CDC issued a warning against pregnant women visiting northern Miami after a Zika outbreak.

New York City »

The Health Department will spray larvicide in areas of The Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Midtown »

More than 40 pregnant women have tested positive in NYC, but this is the first baby born with Zika.

Washington Heights »

The town hall meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at 504 W. 158 th St.