Archived CDC COCA presentations Gearing up for the Travel Season: How Clinicians Can Ensure Their Patients are Packed with Knowledge on Zika Prevention and Updated CDC Zika Laboratory Testing Guidance.
NEW CDC Health Alert including a travel advisory for Brownsville, TX. CDC is designating the city of Brownsville as a Zika cautionary (yellow) area for testing and travel guidance, as recommended in the CDC Interim Zika Response Plan. This guidance applies to pregnant women, women of reproductive age, and their sexual partners who live in or traveled to Brownsville on or after October 29, 2016.
Zika Virus—Ten Public Health Achievements in 2016 & Future Priorities
CDC Zika Pregnancy Hotline for healthcare providers. Ob Gyns can contact the CDC Zika Pregnancy Hotline at (770) 488-7100 or by email ZikaPregnancy@cdc.gov for any concerns related to clinical management or the US Zika Pregnancy Registry.