The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade are now encouraging Australian travelers to rethink their Bali holiday plans with the ever popular destination now recorded as a Zika infection hotspot.
The infection’s widespread development over the globe has startled authorities with 49 nations now tainted with the mosquito conceived infection.
“Given the likelihood that Zika infection can bring about serious abnormalities in unborn children, and taking an exceptionally wary methodology, pregnant ladies ought to examine any venture arranges with the travel specialist and consider deferring go to Indonesia,” the division issued in an announcement.
Regardless of a few secluded instances of disease, the Australian government has so far contained a Zika flare-up on home soil.
If you are planning a trip to Indonesia you are encouraged to practice a “high level of alert.”
Australian scientists have previously issued these seven things to know if you are travelling to a Zika infected area: