The alert network will allow people to share their observations and help scientists to monitor emerging trends.
Puerto Rico is seeing as many as 50 Zika infections a day in pregnant women. The lack of an integrated mosquito program continues as the island debates whether or not to spray insecticide over concerns about the impact on human health and wildlife. For more information, click here
The inevitable arrival of the Aedes mosquito in the U.S. has many worried. The World Health Organization has updated its recommendations on pregnancy, sex and Zika. Click here to find answers to many pressing questions.
The economic impact of the Zika virus that has swept Latin America in recent months is estimated at $3.5 billion for 2016. The Zika epidemic will be one of the largest and most expensive infectious disease outbreaks in recent history. Read more of this Zika Foundation publication here.