Maria Fernanda Ramirez Bolivar pauses as she as she carries her baby Micaela Milagros Mendoza Ramirez, during a news conference, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in Miami. Ramirez Bolivar contracted the Zika Virus when she traveled to her native Venezuela, she was three months pregnant. She tested positive for the virus in April 2016 after experiencing symptoms, including rash and body aches. Ramirez Bolivar delivered Micaela Milagros on June 28, 2016, weighed eight pounds, one ounce. She remained at Holtz Children’s Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit for more than two weeks, where she underwent a series of tests to measure the impact of the virus.
Maria Fernanda Ramirez Bolivar pauses as she as she carries her baby Micaela Milagros Mendoza Ramirez, during a news conference, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in Miami. Ramirez Bolivar contracted the Zika Virus when she traveled to her native Venezuela, she was three months pregnant. She tested positive for the virus in April 2016 after experiencing symptoms, including rash and body aches. Ramirez Bolivar delivered Micaela Milagros on June 28, 2016, weighed eight pounds, one ounce. She remained at Holtz Children’s Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit for more than two weeks, where she underwent a series of tests to measure the impact of the virus. Alan Diaz AP
Maria Fernanda Ramirez Bolivar pauses as she as she carries her baby Micaela Milagros Mendoza Ramirez, during a news conference, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in Miami. Ramirez Bolivar contracted the Zika Virus when she traveled to her native Venezuela, she was three months pregnant. She tested positive for the virus in April 2016 after experiencing symptoms, including rash and body aches. Ramirez Bolivar delivered Micaela Milagros on June 28, 2016, weighed eight pounds, one ounce. She remained at Holtz Children’s Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit for more than two weeks, where she underwent a series of tests to measure the impact of the virus. Alan Diaz AP

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