Moldova safety council approves $6.4m plan to combat Zika virus

The Moldovan government has approved a plan to spend up to $6 million to combat the spread of Zika in the country.

The decision comes after a meeting between Prime Minister Dacian Cihanovic and the head of the Ministry of Health, Vitaly Zlotnikov.

The funding is aimed at helping the country get ready for a major outbreak.

Zlotnik, who is a member of the government’s advisory board on infectious diseases, said it was a “sustainable” way to tackle the Zika epidemic.

The plan is to provide an extra $200 million for the public health system to prepare for an outbreak, Zlotnic said in a statement.

The money will be used to purchase materials and equipment for the country to develop a public health strategy and to implement measures to ensure the safety of its population.

Zika is a mosquito-borne virus that has caused severe birth defects in Brazil and elsewhere.

It is spreading rapidly in the Americas, including in the United States, as a result of a massive surge in travel from the region.

It has been detected in parts of the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico.

It was first detected in Puerto Rico in late March.

There are currently 6,500 confirmed cases and 4,400 deaths in the U.S. and its territories.

‘I’m not scared’: Texas public safety official says no need to panic

In the wake of the deadly tornado in southern Texas, public safety officials in the state are warning citizens to be cautious and to be careful when using public transportation.

“I’m telling everyone to stay alert, to have your cell phone out, to stay at least two steps behind,” said Public Safety Director Brian Hartmann on Tuesday.

“There are no warning signs.

There are no signs to be worried about.

It’s not safe.

It just isn’t.”

Hartmann said the Texas Department of Public Safety is also advising Texans to take the following precautions: If you can, keep a close eye on your children or pets.