Zika Virus in the United States
by Sabrina Perry
The CDC and Florida health officials are investigating what could be the first case of Zika virus from a mosquito in the continental United States.
Lab tests confirm that a person in the Miami area is infected with Zika virus, despite not having an immediately apparent connection to someone traveling outside the country.
[ Related: American Cities Most at Risk of the Zika Virus ]
The following visualizations illustrate the impact of Zika virus in the United States.
Reported Zika Virus Cases in the United States
U.S. Cities at the Highest Risk for a Zika Epidemic
Aedes Albopictus Mosquito Estimated Range
Aedes Aegypti Mosquito Estimated Range
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