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Zika + Pregnancy

Pregnant? Avoid Zika!

Don’t travel to areas with Zika if you are pregnant. If you have to travel, talk to your doctor first and follow steps to prevent mosquito bites during your trip.  ​
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Spread the word, not the virus!

Zika virus can spread during sex and most people with Zika don’t know they have it. Learn more about how to protect yourself.​​​​


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Zika + Travel 

Don’t let Zika Travel Home with You!

Going to a Zika hot Spot? We’ve got you covered! Learn what you need to know about Zika including travel advisories, a packing list, and tips for when you return. ​​

News for You and Your Family

Spring Break Travelers Reminded to Protect Themselves against Zika

Published: March 20, 2017

CDC Considers Travel to Mexico, Latin America a Potential Risk for Infection
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) advises spring break travelers vacationing in warmer climates to protect themselves from mosquito bites and avoid unprotected sex in areas with known transmission of the Zika virus.
“Spring break is the perfect time to have fun in the sun, but it is important that people take precautions to prevent Zika,” said CDPH Director and State Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith. “Unfortunately, the mosquitoes that spread Zika enjoy warm weather too.”

CDC Zika Travel Notices

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