Canada’s Health Ministry says it will offer free, locally-manufactured motion sickness treatments to Canadians who are affected by the Zika virus.
The ministry said it will give people the chance to get the treatments at its offices across the country starting Sunday.
People affected by Zika virus can get the vaccines by visiting a Health Canada-authorized pharmacy.
The move comes as health experts say people should not delay getting the shots.
Health Canada says there is no known link between Zika and microcephaly in newborns.
The Zika virus has already been blamed for birth defects, including microcepaly, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Health officials in Brazil say at least 11,000 babies have died.