Thanks to Lucie Lecomte for sending the link to this Agência Brasil report: Cabo Verde registra 11 casos de microcefalia associados ao vírus Zika.[Cape Verde records 11 microcephaly cases associated with Zika virus] Excerpt from the edited Google translation:
Cape Verde has recorded 11 cases of microcephaly associated with Zika virus, and one of the babies diagnosed with the disease was stillborn, the country's Ministry of Health disclosed today (23).
The figures were disclosed by the medical epidemiologist Maria de Lurdes Monteiro, the Integrated Surveillance Service & Answers Epidemic for reflection and dialogue on the impact of Zika in women, organized by UN Women in Cape Verde.
According to the doctor, until the 14th of this month 10 babies had been born with microcephaly associated zika virus. Another was born dead with multiple malformations.
Maria de Lurdes said nine of the cases occurred in the city of Praia and two on the island of Maio, where the death was registered.
The doctor reported that the authorities are following about 240 pregnant women: 170 in Praia, 44 in São Filipe on Fogo Island, 22 in Maio and four in Boavista.