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Every week cdc ( center for disease control) keeps us update about the latest on ZIKA virus infection. If you are interested on the latest statistics about the ZIKA virus, you can go to http://www.cdc.gov/zika but if you want to continue following us, you can go to https:// cufhap.wordpress.com or https:// cufhap.com. Here are the […] […]

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Every week cdc ( center for disease control) keeps us update about the latest on ZIKA virus infection. If you are interested on the latest statistics about the ZIKA virus, you can go to http://www.cdc.gov/zika but if you want to continue following us, you can go to https:// cufhap.wordpress.com or https:// cufhap.com. Here are the […]

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ZIKA UPDATES:CDC WEEKLY REPORT: Community United For Health And Prevention

Every week cdc ( center for disease control) keeps us update about the latest on ZIKA virus infection. If you are interested on  the latest statistics about the ZIKA virus, you can go to http://www.cdc.gov/zika but if you want to continue following us, you can go to https:// cufhap.wordpress.com or https:// cufhap.com. Here are the latest statistics about the Zika virus infection from CDC.

Sources: Pregnancy Registries as of November 17,2016

Pregnant women with any Laboratory Evidence of ZIKA Virus infection

United States and DC:1,114

US Territories:2,561

ZIKA Virus cases Reported to Arbonet

Sources: Arbonet as of November 30,2016:

US States and DC:4,496

US Territories: 33,258

The Community United For Health And Prevention together with WordPress, google and Facebook will continue to update you about the latest on the ZIKA Virus.

 

 

 

COUNTRIES WHERE THE ZIKA VIRUS HAS BEEN REPORTED — Site Title

While the World Health Organization( WHO) is saying that the ZIKA Virus continues to be a Public Challenge but not an issue of International concern, the ZIKA virus infection has been noticed in several Countries. We would like the WHO to elaborate more when the experts say not an issue of International concern. CDC is […]

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COUNTRIES WHERE THE ZIKA VIRUS HAS BEEN REPORTED

While the World Health Organization( WHO) is saying that the ZIKA Virus continues to be a Public Challenge but not an issue of International concern, the ZIKA virus infection has been noticed in several Countries. We would like the WHO to elaborate more when the experts say not an issue of International concern. CDC is doing a very good job by helping the American people deal with the ZIKA virus infection and by providing education and prevention to the American People. But traveler’s restriction is going to have an impact to tourism which will then affect the Global World economy. Our prediction is the following: with the travel restriction, America will be isolated from the rest of the World because there are so many countries where the ZIKA is endemic. Let us provide to the People the different Countries where the  ZIKA virus has been found in order to give the American people and the World Community the opportunity to come with their own opinion .

The ZIKA Virus has been found in the following Countries: Per CDC

CAPE VERDE, MEXICO

ASIA: Singapore

CENTRAL AMERICA : Belize, Costa Rica,Elsalvador,Guatemala, Honduras,Nicaragua,Panama.

THE PACIFIC ISLANDS:American Samoa, fiji, Marshall Islands, Micronesia,New Caledonia, Palau, Papua, Papua New Guinea,Samoa,Tonga.

CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES:Anguilla,Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba,The Bahamas, Barbados,Bonaire, British Islands, Cayman Island, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica,Domican Republic,Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica,Martinique, Monserrat, The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, A US Territory, Saba, Saint Kitts and Neves, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Sin Eustatius, Sint Maarten, Trinidad  and Tobago, Turks and Caico Islands.

SOUTH AMERICA: Argentina, Brazil,Colombia, Ecuador,French Guiana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela.

The only Confirmed number that we have available is 2,100 cases in Brazil provided by WHO and the Weekly report provided by CDC. Early intervention needs to be done to prevent a global disaster.