Posted October 10, 2018 07:05:02 The pregnant women in the Mosquito infestation in Washington, DC, may have had something in common.
According to a report from MSNBC, a pregnant woman from the city recently called the CDC after she was bitten by a mosquito that had been feeding on her fetus.
The CDC confirmed that the woman had a mosquito bite in late September, but did not say whether she was pregnant.
The pregnant woman had no idea her mosquito bite was caused by a Mosquitos parasite, which causes fever and rash.
The pregnant woman told the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that her mosquito infestation was causing her pain and suffering.
Mosquito bite rates are still high in the United States.
According the CDC, in 2017 there were over 14 million reported bites, with the largest number of bites occurring in Hawaii, where over 2,400 cases were reported in 2016.
Mosquitoes have become more widespread in recent years, as they have become a major vector for many diseases, including malaria, dengue, West Nile, yellow fever, and West Nile virus.
They have also been found in many other places in the world.