MARCH 24,2017: ZIKA UPDATES. CUFHAP SHARES FROM CDC WEEKLY REPORT.

The goals of the Community United For Health And Prevention are to go overseas to study the Zika Virus epidemic in Countries where the ZIKA virus infection is endemic. We now know that the ZIKA virus can cross the placental barrier and causes microcephaly and other infections to the fetus. From the CDC report last week, we know that the Zika virus can be sexually transmitted. What we do not know is what has been done in Countries where the ZIKA virus is endemic. We know now that there is a travel ban but in our opinion, travel ban is good but it is not the right choice. With the travel ban, health professionals can prevent travelers to transmit the ZIKA virus infection in the US but the travel ban will depress the economy in both the US and abroad which will result to a global economic depression. The Community United For Health And Prevention has the answer to the problem. We will go abroad, decrease partially the mosquito population in Countries where the ZIKA virus is endemic. By doing that, we will not only decrease the incidence of the ZIKA virus but also the incidence of other diseases caused by mosquitoes. Our project is very cost effective because by decreasing partially the mosquito population, the incidence of the diseases will also decrease, the travel ban will be over and the economy will grow in both the US and abroad. We will implement seroprevalence research project in foreign Countries to study in depth the ZIKA virus. We will implement retrospective and prospective cohort studies to study overtime the ZIKA virus epidemic. Finally, working jointly with other world health organizations, we will participate in the global vaccination program when a ZIKA virus vaccine is available. Our Public health projects are so beautiful that they need to be implemented. While CDC and other Medical research centers are doing seroprevalence in the US, we will go to the source overseas. Our weakness is money. This is why we ask our readers to help us in the fight against the ZIKA virus by supporting the Community United For Health And Prevention doing business as cufhap. For more information, please visit us in our blog at WordPress. our Webb site is http://www.cufhapgov.com. you can read us on google, WordPress, tweeter and Jean Saint-Elme’s site on Facebook.
We advise our readers to also visit http://www.cdc.gov/zika. You will have more information about the ZIKA virus.
Now let us share CDC weekly Numbers:
Pregnant women with any Laboratory Evidence of ZIKA virus infection
Source: Pregnancy registries as of March 14,2017
US States and DC:1,617
US Territories:3,363

ZIKA virus cases reported to ArboNET
Source: ArboNet as of March 22,2017
US States and DC:5,158
US territories:38,212

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The Community United For Health And Prevention,Incorporated is taking the responsibility to share with the World Community the latest CDC(Center For disease Control) ZIKA Virus Transmission Update.From an email sent to Jean Saint-Elme by CDC on March 13,2017,CDC identifies since June 15,2016 potential risk of ZIKA transmission in Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.On […]

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THE COMMUNITY UNITED FOR HEALTH AND PREVENTION:SPECIAL REPORT: ZIKA.

The Community United For Health And Prevention,Incorporated is taking the responsibility to share with the World Community the latest CDC(Center For disease Control) ZIKA Virus Transmission Update.From an email sent to Jean Saint-Elme by CDC on March 13,2017,CDC identifies since June 15,2016 potential risk of ZIKA transmission in Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.On March 14,2017 there was a CDC tele briefing updating the Media about the potential risk to blood and Tissue safety. There is a possibility that a pregnant woman infected by the ZIKA virus can not only transmit the virus to the fetus but also she can also transmit the ZIKA virus to her sexual partner. As a result of this possibility, CDC has updated its ZIKA travel guidance and now recommends that pregnant women not travel to any area where there is a risk of ZIKA virus. To help pregnant women identify areas of ZIKA risk, CDC published a new interactive World Map areas of ZIKA risk. There are more than sixty Countries involved. If you need more information, the Community United For Health And Prevention, Incorporated doing business as CUFHAP strongly recommends everyone to visit http://www.cdc.gov/zika.
While CDC is going to work with hospitals and medical centers in the United States of America to study the ZIKA virus epidemic in the US, the Community United For Health And Prevention, Incorporated has already two proposals available to go the Countries where the ZIKA virus is endemic to implement EVR (Eradication,Vaccination, Research). Since there are so many Countries involved, the Community United For Health and Prevention,Incorporated will join the world health Organizations in this very difficult task.We advise our readers to visit us at http://www.cufhapgov.com. At WordPress, we have a blog. You can also visit us at WordPress, Google. You can also email us at jsaintelme@gmail.com or jsaintelme@cufhapblog. We are on Facebook at jsaintelme’s site.
Now let us share with you our usual CDC weekly numbers:
ZIKA UPDATES: March17,2017
Pregnant women with any Laboratory evidence of ZIKA virus infection.
Source: Pregnancy Registries as February 21,2017
US States and DC:1,534
US territories:3,225
ZIKA Virus cases reported to ArbONET
Source: ArboNET as of March 15,2017
US States and DC:5,139
US Territories:38,188
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