The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found evidence that more than 1,000 pregnant women in the United States may have been infected with Zika virus this year.
A Rhode Island company has now developed clothing aimed at protecting pregnant women against Zika. The apparel is being distributed at a clinic in El Salvador by Americares, a Connecticut-based non-profit.
Allyson Cote is co-founder of Providence-based Maternova, which creates and sells obstetric and newborn medical innovations to hospitals, governments, and charities in 40 countries around the world.
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