FEBRUARY 28, 2019 Men’s fashion is being forced to contend with the Zika outbreak in South America, where some have been forced to go without bathing suits for several weeks due to the virus.
Zika is spreading in Brazil and Latin America, and the outbreak has seen hospitals full of infected patients being discharged into the streets.
The virus is spreading through the population of affected countries through the use of imported mosquitoes, which have spread to other countries in the region, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The virus is causing the death of at least 10,000 people, according the World Economic Forum, and some of the most affected areas have been in the Caribbean and South America.
In the US, President Donald Trump has ordered a temporary halt to imports of the mosquitoes that carry the virus, as well as the use and sale of new ones.
In the Caribbean, some stores have been refusing to carry the products, while the government has banned the importation of some imported goods.
The Zika outbreak is expected to spread across the Caribbean from here, according to the BBC.
The outbreak has also caused some to rethink their own clothes, according a survey by the New York Times.
Many men have started wearing protective suits that protect their faces from the virus but have also come to accept the fact that they might be infected and be forced to wear masks, according Fox News.
A study by the University of Michigan found that some men were using clothing that they didn’t really need or even want to wear.
The research found that many men who didn’t wear protective clothing for fear of being infected have found they can still be infected, especially if they wear masks.
The survey also found that the number of people who were using a mask in the US has increased.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said it is concerned about the spread of Zika in the United States, but said the country’s health system is strong enough to handle the virus if it were to spread.
“As we approach our summer vacation, we have the potential for significant Zika outbreaks in the U.S. and the U