The direction of the Community United For Health And Prevention advises our readers to visit site title at https://wordpress.com/. Also you can read us at http://www.cufhapgov.com, at https://google.com. We are going to share with you the Center For Disease Control(CDC)’s latest statistics. For more information, please visit http://www.cdc.gov/zika. Always keep in mind that the ZIKA Virus epidemic is a slowly progressive one. Mosquitoes( Aedes) are the vectors. It is reported that the ZIKA Virus is also sexually transmissible. Please avoid from being bitten by mosquitoes. If you suspect that your sexual partners have been exposed to mosquito bites, please use condom. You can also practice abstinence as well. The Community United For Health And Prevention has not implemented the EVR project yet because we have not been able to raise money but we have implemented the blood screening program in the States of Massachusetts. It is a slow process because our target population is a very difficult one. Here are the latest CDC statistics.
ZIKA Virus updates for April 28,2017
Pregnant women with any Laboratory evidence of ZIKA Virus infection.
Source: Pregnancy Registries as of April 11,2017.
US States and DC:1,762
ZIKA Virus cases Reported to ArboNET
Source: ArboNET as of April 26, 2017
US States and DC:5,264