Virus Zeke got to Florida
The centers for control and disease prevention has issued a warning, saying not to travel in a small community, North of downtown Miami, where the virus circulates actively Zeke.
This is the first time the CDC warns people not to travel to the American suburbs, for fear of Contracting an infectious disease. This warning came after there were found 10 people in Florida infected with zika virus after being bitten by local mosquitoes, bringing the total number reached 14.
Florida Governor Rick Scott and the Director of the CDC Dr. Tom Frieden announced an urgent press conference on Monday. New cases were found during a survey 200 people in their homes and offices, they have been identified in the urine and blood samples, which tested positive for the virus or antibodies.
At the end of last week, Florida health officials confirmed that four people contracted the zika virus from mosquitoes in the same area. "Because of this fact, we advise pregnant women not to ride in this area, and if they went there after 15 June, you need to visit a doctor and get tested."
June 15 is the earliest day, said Frieden, local health officials believe that mosquitoes can get the virus that they got from a man who returned to the United States with this disease. Since four out of five people with the zika virus have no symptoms, it's possible that "man zero" had no idea what he was contagious.
Pregnant women who live or are traveling in this area should be tested for the virus Zeke in the first and second trimesters of pregnancy, even if they have no symptoms of the virus.
Women and men who traveled to the affected area must wait eight weeks before you can get pregnant after their return, while men with symptoms will have to wait for six months.