Zika Virus

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The Zika virus can be spread from a pregnant woman to her fetus. The CDC has released many guidelines related to this outbreak.

There are no FDA-approved treatments for Zika virus. There are no FDA-approved vaccines for Zika virus. Several investigational vaccines are under development, including those in early human clinical trials. FDA is monitoring for fraudulent products and false product claims related to Zika virus. Consumers are encouraged to report the sale of illegal products marketed to prevent, treat or cure the Zika virus.



Free Summer Health and Safety Publications

DHHS. Office of Women's Health.


Clinical Guidance for Healthcare Providers Caring for Infants & Children

DHHS. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Behavioral Health Resources on Zika

DHHS. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.


Zika Virus: What Parents Need to Know

American Academy of Pediatrics


Zika Virus: What Parents Need to Know (Spanish)

American Academy of Pediatrics


Zika Resources

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Key Messages – Zika Virus (English)

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Zika Virus Video

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Interim Guidelines for Pregnant Women

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Fact Sheets and Posters

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Key Messages – Zika Virus (Spanish)

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Birth Defects - Facts about Microcephaly

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Zika Virus - For Pregnant Woman

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Avoid Mosquito Bites

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


Insect Repellent Use & Safety

DHHS, Centers for Disease Control


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