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Fighting Zika 24/7 : CDC's response to Zika
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    Timeline of Response Funding -- Impact: Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 -- Accomplishments: Zika by the Numbers -- FY 2017 Zika Funding Activities: Public Health Emergency Preparedness; Public Health Outreach and Control; Vector Surveillance and Control; Laboratory Capacity, Acceleration, Equipment; Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Public Health Investigations -- FY 2016 and 2017 Funding Snapshot: Highlights FY 2016; Highlights FY 2017 to date -- State and Territorial Spotlight.

    The current Zika outbreak is unprecedented. Although it was first identified almost 70 years ago, Zika virus has only recently been identified as a cause of microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects. Never before in history has a bite from a mosquito been known to cause a devastating birth defect. Zika has spread to over 50 countries/ territories throughout the world, including the United States.

    CDC is leveraging its expertise and partnerships to protect the public, especially pregnant women and their fetuses, against Zika. We are acting on what we know today and discovering new ways to prevent, detect, and respond to this unprecedented threat to human health.

    CS275104-B

    zikaresponsefunding.pdf

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