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Possible association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly - Brazil, Health advisory: sexual transmission of Zika virus. February [internet publication]. Potential for Zika virus transmission through blood transfusion demonstrated during an outbreak in French Polynesia, November to February Survey of blood collection centers and implementation of guidance for prevention of transfusion-transmitted Zika virus infection - Puerto Rico, The mosquito that most commonly transmits Zika Aedes aegypti , as well as dengue and chikungunya, is very rare in Delaware.
But we do have another Aedes species of concern for possible transmission of Zika, the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus. Local Zika transmission via a mosquito is possible during mosquito season but it depends on a variety of factors. Regardless of the type of illness, the message is the same for every mosquito season and during travel: There are too many serious mosquito-borne illnesses to risk a bite.
Zika, and many other mosquito-borne illnesses are considered "mandatory reports", meaning that health care providers are required to report individuals with known or suspected Zika virus infection to the Division of Public Health DPH.
This includes anyone with known or suspected Zika, but reporting is especially important in the cases of pregnant women, as well as newborns and infants born to women with known or suspected Zika infection. Because of the similar geographic distribution and clinical presentation of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya virus infection, patients with symptoms consistent with Zika virus should also be evaluated for dengue and chikungunya virus infection, in accordance with existing guidelines.
To report a case of Zika virus or for further information, call the DPH Office of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at or fill out one of the forms below and fax or email to the Office of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at or reportdisease delaware.
Providers are also encouraged to contact a DPH infectious disease epidemiologist prior to collecting specimens as all testing must be pre-authorized.
At the time of this call, the epidemiologist will gather necessary travel and clinical history and assist with specimen coordination if testing is authorized. Please note: A free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded directly from Adobe. If you are using an assistive technology unable to read Adobe PDF, please either view the corresponding text only version if available or visit Adobe's Accessibility Tools page.
Skip to Content Skip to Navigation. Search This Site. What is Zika? Areas with Active Zika Virus Transmission Those who recently traveled or plan to travel to areas where Zika transmission is ongoing could be at risk. Travel and Transmission Advisories If you are pregnant, postpone travel to the locations where Zika virus transmission is ongoing.
If your sexual partner has traveled to or lives in an area with active Zika virus transmission, barrier methods condoms, dental dams should be used for the duration of the pregnancy. Although no cases of woman-to-woman Zika transmission have been reported to date, these recommendations regarding the use of protection now extend to the female partners of pregnant women. Discuss your partner's potential exposures and history of Zika-like illness with your doctor.
If you are trying to become pregnant and have had possible exposure to Zika virus through travel or sexual contact, wait at least eight weeks before trying to conceive, regardless of whether or not you had symptoms.
Men who have had possible exposure to Zika virus through travel or sexual contact are advised to wait at least six months before attempting conception with their partner. Sex includes vaginal, anal, and oral sex, and the sharing of sex toys. If you are pregnant or may become pregnant and must travel to an area with Zika, talk to your doctor first and strictly follow steps to prevent mosquito bites and sexual transmission of Zika during your trip.
If you traveled to an area with active Zika virus transmission up to eight weeks before your pregnancy was confirmed, discuss your travel history with your doctor. Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant can find more information by visiting: Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
Stay in places with air conditioning or that use window and door screens to keep mosquitoes outside. All EPA-registered insect repellents are evaluated for effectiveness. Always follow the product label instructions.