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Pregnant teen with Zika virus will keep baby

Sara Mujica is a pregnant woman from Connecticut who has tested positive for Zika virus. (WFSB) Sara Mujica is a pregnant woman from Connecticut who has tested positive for Zika virus. (WFSB)
DANBURY, CT (WFSB) -

A pregnant mother from Connecticut, who was recently diagnosed with the Zika virus said she has decided to keep her baby.

Danbury resident, 17-year-old Sara Mujica said she reached her own decision despite fears that the virus can cause birth defects.

Mujica said she contracted the illness while visiting Honduras.

She's set up a GoFundMe site to help pay for her and her baby's medical costs.

To donate to Mujica, click here

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