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	alt=Area in Miami, FL where Zika virus is being spread by mosquitoes

Miami-Dade County, FL. Red shows areas where pregnant women should not travel. Yellow shows areas where pregnant women should consider postponing travel.

Previous Zika active transmission area in Miami-Dade County, FL

	Map of the Wynwood area of Miami where there was active Zika transmission

On August 1, CDC issued guidance for people traveling to or living in a 1-square-mile area of the Wynwood neighborhood in Miami, FL, identified by the Florida Department of Health as having mosquito-borne spread of Zika. On September 19, CDC updated guidance for the Wynwood-designated area after three mosquito incubation periods (45 days) passed without any new locally transmitted cases of Zika.

Previous Zika active transmission areas in Miami-Dade County, Fl

	Map of Miami Beach where there is active Zika transmissions

On August 19, 2016, CDC issued guidance for a 1.5-square-mile section of Miami Beach identified to have mosquito-borne spread of Zika; on September 17, this section was expanded to a 4.5-square-mile area. On November 21, 2016, CDC removed the red area designation for the North Miami Beach area. On December 8, CDC removed the red area designation for the South Miami Beach area. Guidance for yellow areas now applies to all of Miami Beach.

Previous Zika active transmission area in Miami-Dade County, FL

	Map of the Little River area of Miami

On October 13, 2016, Florida announced a new area of mosquito-borne spread of Zika in a 1-square-mile area of Little River in Miami-Dade County, FL. On December 2, 2016, CDC updated guidance for the Little River area after more than 45 days passed without any new locally transmitted cases of Zika. Guidance for yellow areas now applies to the Little River area.

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