Areas with Zika
- Local mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission has been reported in the continental United States.
- CDC has guidance for people living in or traveling to South Florida.
- Zika virus outbreaks are occurring in multiple countries and in three US territories.
- CDC has issued travel notices for these areas.
- Some countries have reported Zika cases in the past and may report occasional new cases.
- CDC has issued special travel considerations for travelers to countries in Southeast Asia where Zika virus is endemic.
Blood and Tissue Collection Community
Areas of active transmission for blood and tissue safety intervention
Local mosquito-borne transmission
Local mosquito populations infected with Zika virus can transmit it to humans. “What is Local Transmission?” [PDF - 1 page]
Travel-associated transmission (imported case)
Infection associated with travel to an area with local mosquito-borne transmission.
See “What is an imported case?” [PDF - 1 page]
- Page last reviewed: October 6, 2016
- Page last updated: October 6, 2016
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