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Zika Cases Reported in the United States

Laboratory-confirmed Zika virus disease cases reported to ArboNET by state or territory (as of October 12, 2016)

	Map of the United States showing Travel-associated and Locally acquired cases of the Zika virus.  The locations and number of cases can be found in the table below.

*See detailed map of the areas with active Zika virus transmission below.

Laboratory-confirmed Zika virus disease cases reported to ArboNET by state or territory — United States, 2015–2016 (as of October 12, 2016)§

States Travel-associated cases*
No. (% of cases in states)
(N=3,808)
Locally acquired cases†
No. (% of cases in states)
(N=128)
Alabama 28    (1) 0    (0)
Arizona 36    (1) 0    (0)
Arkansas 11    (<1) 0    (0)
California 296  (8) 0    (0)
Colorado 41    (1) 0    (0)
Connecticut 58    (2) 0    (0)
Delaware 15    (<1) 0    (0)
District of Columbia 25    (1) 0    (0)
Florida 708  (19) 128    (100)
Georgia 88    (2) 0    (0)
Hawaii 14    (<1) 0    (0)
Idaho 3      (<1) 0    (0)
Illinois 75    (2) 0    (0)
Indiana 39    (1) 0    (0)
Iowa 16    (<1) 0    (0)
Kansas 15    (<1) 0    (0)
Kentucky 24    (1) 0    (0)
Louisiana 32    (1) 0    (0)
Maine 11    (<1) 0    (0)
Maryland 103  (3) 0    (0)
Massachusetts 99    (3) 0    (0)
Michigan 60    (2) 0    (0)
Minnesota 47    (1) 0    (0)
Mississippi 23    (1) 0    (0)
Missouri 27    (1) 0    (0)
Montana 7      (<1) 0    (0)
Nebraska 11    (<1) 0    (0)
Nevada 14    (<1) 0    (0)
New Hampshire 10    (<1) 0    (0)
New Jersey 134  (4) 0    (0)
New Mexico 7      (<1) 0    (0)
New York 858  (23) 0    (0)
North Carolina 66    (2) 0    (0)
North Dakota 2      (<1) 0    (0)
Ohio 53    (1) 0    (0)
Oklahoma 27    (1) 0    (0)
Oregon 29    (1) 0    (0)
Pennsylvania†† 135  (4) 0    (0)
Rhode Island 32    (1) 0    (0)
South Carolina 48    (1) 0    (0)
South Dakota 2      (<1) 0    (0)
Tennessee 53    (1) 0    (0)
Texas 228  (6) 0    (0)
Utah 15** (<1) 0    (0)
Vermont 7      (<1) 0    (0)
Virginia 86    (2) 0    (0)
Washington 34    (1) 0    (0)
West Virginia 11    (<1) 0    (0)
Wisconsin 43    (1) 0    (0)
Wyoming 2      (<1) 0    (0)
Territories Travel-associated cases*
No. (% of cases in territories)
(N=84)
Locally acquired cases†
No. (% of cases in territories)
(N=25,871)
American Samoa 7      (8) 47           (<1)
Puerto Rico 75    (89) 25,355*** (98)
US Virgin Islands 2  (2) 469          (2)

§Only includes cases meeting the probable or confirmed CSTE case definition and does not include asymptomatic infections unless the case is a pregnant woman with a complication of pregnancy
*Travelers returning from affected areas, their sexual contacts, or infants infected in utero
†Presumed local mosquito-borne transmission
††One additional case acquired through laboratory transmission
**Includes one case with unknown route of person-to-person transmission.
***The Puerto Rico Department of Health is retroactively reporting cases, resulting in larger than normal increases in cases in recent weeks.

Active Zika Virus Transmission in Florida

Active Zika Virus Transmission in Florida

Miami-Dade County, FL. Red shows areas of active transmission where CDC recommends adherence to travel and testing guidance for pregnant women, women of reproductive age, and their partners. Yellow shows areas where CDC recommends cautionary travel recommendations and strict adherence to precautions to prevent mosquito bites.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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