Feb 8th, 2017Zika is still very present.  The below map shows, in red, the ‘widespread transmission’ areas. Recent changes include Angola, where the first reported cases occurred in early January, and Florida, where the “Zika Zones” in Miami were cancelled on December 9th last.

Aircraft wise, no additional disinsection requirements specific to Zika have been reported recently. A full country list from the ECDC is shown below, with information current as of 01FEB2017.

A WHO report from Jan 20th says: “Overall, the global risk assessment has not changed. The Zika virus continues to spread geographically to areas where competent vectors are present. Although a decline in cases of Zika infection has been reported in some countries, or in some parts of countries, vigilance needs to remain high.”

 

Country list as at 01FEB2017.

American Samoa Widespread transmission
Angola Sporadic transmission
Anguilla Widespread transmission
Antigua and Barbuda Widespread transmission
Argentina Tucuman Historical Zika virus circulation
Aruba Widespread transmission
Bahamas Widespread transmission
​Bangladesh ​No
Barbados Widespread transmission
Belize Widespread transmission
Bolivia Widespread transmission
Bonaire Widespread transmission
Brazil Widespread transmission
British Virgin Islands (UK) Widespread transmission
Cape Verde No
Cayman Islands Widespread transmission
Colombia Widespread transmission
Costa Rica Widespread transmission
Cuba Widespread transmission
Curaçao Widespread transmission
Dominica No
Dominican Republic Widespread transmission
Ecuador Widespread transmission
El Salvador Widespread transmission
Fiji Historical Zika virus circulation
French Guiana Widespread transmission
Grenada Widespread transmission
Guadeloupe Widespread transmission
Guatemala Widespread transmission
Guinea-Bissau No
Guyana Widespread transmission
Haiti Historical Zika virus circulation
Honduras Widespread transmission
Indonesia No
Jamaica Widespread transmission
Malaysia Widespread transmission
Maldives Sporadic transmission
Martinique Widespread transmission
Mexico Widespread transmission
Micronesia, Federated States of Widespread transmission
Montserrat Sporadic transmission
New Caledonia No
Nicaragua Widespread transmission
Palau Sporadic transmission
Panama Widespread transmission
Paraguay Widespread transmission
Peru Widespread transmission
Philippines Widespread transmission
Puerto Rico Widespread transmission
Saba Historical Zika virus circulation
Saint Kitts and Nevis Widespread transmission
Saint Lucia Widespread transmission
Saint Martin Widespread transmission
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Widespread transmission
Saint-Barthélemy Widespread transmission
Samoa No
Singapore Widespread transmission
Sint Eustatius Historical Zika virus circulation
Sint Maarten Widespread transmission
Solomon Islands No
Suriname Widespread transmission
Thailand Widespread transmission
Tonga No
Trinidad and Tobago No
Turks and Caicos Islands Widespread transmission
United States of America Miami-Dade Widespread transmission
United States of America Broward Historical Zika virus circulation
United States of America Palm Beach Historical Zika virus circulation
United States of America Cameron Sporadic transmission
US Virgin Islands Widespread transmission
Venezuela Widespread transmission
Vietnam Widespread transmission
United States of America Pinellas Historical Zika virus circulation