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Communication Resources

CDC offers free resources including video, fact sheets, and posters. Below are links to current communication tools and resources available for use and distribution. For information and resources for specific audiences, click the “Information for Specific Groups” tab in the navigation bar to the left.

Podcasts

Podcasts

Zika update podcast logo Zika Update – This podcast series is designed to highlight the most important need to know information about Zika virus and its effects.

 

Mosquito Zika Prevention: Do Your Part – This podcast series, available in English and Spanish, is a special novella series about Zika prevention and protection against mosquitoes.
Spanish version

 

Pregnant woman holding her stomach Zika and Pregnancy: What Pregnant Women Need to Know – Learn more about what Zika is, what it means for pregnant women, and how you can protect your pregnancy..


Public Health Image Library (PHIL)

digitally-colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Zika virus Public Health Image Library (PHIL) – The Public Health Image Library, or PHIL, was designed to share CDC public health images. CDC welcomes public health professionals, the media, laboratory scientists, educators, students, and the public to use this material for reference, teaching, presentations, and public health messages.


Press Information

Aedes mosquito feeding on it's human host The Zika Virus Digital Press Kit contains videos, photos, spokesperson biographies, releases, MMWR reports, and other relevant information for members of the media.


Digital Resources

Digital Resources

Widgets

  • Zika Widgets – Add Zika-related widgets to your website!

Blogs

  • Public Health Matters – A collective blog about the exciting public health work of preventing and controlling infectious diseases that result from the interaction of people, animals, and the environment.
  • NIOSH Science Blog – A scientific look at workplace safety and health issues from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

Social Media

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