The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a new country risk classification system for Zika.
Four arboviruses have recently emerged or reemerged in the Americas.
At a meeting hosted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), experts put forth that researchers must rethink current Zika control strategies and find new ways to measure their success.
This resource offers a quick guide to symptoms of Zika infection.
This resource offers a brief overview of the history of Zika virus outbreaks.
Zika circulated undetected in areas of the Americas for up to a year before locally transmitted cases were confirmed.
The medians and 95th percentiles for the time until the loss of detectable Zika virus were 14 days and 54 days.
If Zika gets established in wild primates, the animals may become a reservoir for future human outbreaks.
The World Health Organization stated that it is unlikely a vaccine will be available before 2020.
Investigators estimated the speed of Zika virus introduction in Brazil.