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Q11: What can a #breastfeeding  parent do if their boss won’t give her the time/space to pump? #WellnessWed  #IPumpedHere 

See you next week! Same Mom time! Same Mom channel! #WellnessWed 

And thanks to all you Tweeters for participating in this important conversation. #WellnessWed 

This has been so helpful! Thank you all for joining us during #NBM19  for #WellnessWed !

Q10: How about the state level? Are there state workplace laws for #breastfeeding  employees? #WellnessWed 

Q9: How about students? Do they have any legal protections for breastfeeding/pumping? #WellnessWed  #IPumpedHere  #NBM19 

Q8: I’ve heard that small businesses have different rules, are employees at small businesses protected? #WellnessWed  #NBM19 

Don’t forget to check out our #IPumpedHere  campaign. #WellnessWed 

Q6: What legal requirements are there about lactation spaces? Is a bathroom okay? A closet? #IPumpedHere  #WellnessWed 

Q5: What if there is no space for to pump? #WellnessWed 

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A20. #Zika  virus will not cause infections in a baby that is conceived after the virus is cleared from the blood. #WellnessWed 

A20. #Zika  virus usually remains in the blood of an infected person for about a week. #WellnessWed 

A19. Once a person has been infected with #Zika  virus, they are likely to be protected from future infections. #WellnessWed 

A16. To date, there are no reports of babies getting #Zika  through breastfeeding. Learn more: #WellnessWed 

A8: Pregnant women should get tested 2-12 wks upon returning from #ZikaVirus  affected areas #WellnessWed 

A5. Mosquitoes that spread #Zika  virus are found throughout the world. It is likely that outbreaks will continue. #WellnessWed 

A5. CDC’s website has the most current information on where #ZikaVirus  is spreading. #WellnessWed 

A3. Sexual transmission of #ZikaVirus  is possible, but mosquito bites remain primary way #Zika  is transmitted. #WellnessWed 

A4. #Zika  symptoms are usually mild and include fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. Learn more: #WellnessWed 

A1. People usually don’t get sick enough to go to the hospital, and they very rarely die of #Zika . #WellnessWed 

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