With a lot of attention being paid to the impact of the Zika virus on the sport of baseball, it has been easy for fans to forget the other effects that have also occurred since the virus has been unleashed.
From birth defects to birth defects, the effects of Zika are not just limited to the affected area.
Some areas of the United States have seen dramatic drops in birth rates and infant mortality rates, as well as a number of deaths, as a result of the virus.
One of the major issues in the United Kingdom, where Zika was first discovered in 2016, has been a significant drop in the birth rate and the number of newborns.
There have also been reports of a decrease in the number and severity of severe cases of Zika, and the use of a vaccine.
However, the UK’s government has also decided to try to reduce the impact on the game of baseball by introducing restrictions on the wearing of baseball hats.
As of January 1, 2017, hats made from polyester and polyester blend will no longer be allowed.
In addition to hats, the British government is also limiting the number that can be worn at once.
A limit of 30 hats will be enforced, and any more than that will result in a fine of up to £3,000.
The new restrictions have been announced by the UK government in a bid to reduce public health costs associated with the spread of the pandemic.
In order to prevent people from buying and selling hats without getting a license, they will be banned from the country, with the exception of hats that are made from 100% polyester.
However, they can still be worn in certain places.
The hat restriction was announced by Health Minister Jonathan Ashworth, who said that it would be “in the public interest” to restrict the purchase of hats to those who have had Zika tests.
He also said that the government would “ensure that hat manufacturers who have been issued licenses for hats and other items will not sell hats without obtaining a license.”
While the UK may not be the first country to impose restrictions on hats, it is the first one to have the restrictions imposed on a blanket basis.
The government also announced that the number, size and color of hats will all be limited in 2017.