The mosquitoes that carry Zika are aggressive daytime biters, but they can also bite at night. A mosquito becomes infected when it bites a person already infected with Zika. That mosquito can then spread the virus by biting more people. Zika virus can also spread: ◎ During sex with a man infected with Zika. ◎ From a pregnant woman to her fetus during pregnancy or around the time of birth. ◎ Through blood transfusion (likely but not confirmed). What is included: ◎ Help Control Mosquitoes that Spread Dengue, Chikungunya, and Zika Viruses ◎ Doctor's Visit Checklist ◎ Mosquito bite prevention US ◎ Stop mosquito bites. Don’t stop outdoor activities ◎ The Basics of the Virus and How to Prevent Zika ◎ Chikungunya, Dengue, or Zika: What is an imported case? ◎ Chikungunya, Dengue, or Zika: What is local transmission? ◎ Information for Men with Pregnant Partners Living in Areas with Zika ◎ PREGNANT and living in an area with Zika? ◎ Information for Pregnant Women Living in Areas with Zika ◎ Zika might be linked to birth defects ◎ PREGNANT? Read this before you travel! ◎ Zika : What we know and what we don't know ◎ Symptoms of Zika FEATURES: ◎ Download, print or e-mail PDF documents! ◎ Zoom, pinch, bookmark! ◎ Swipe left or right to slide to next-previous page. ◎ Use one app on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad! ◎ Always new content will come in regular updates! ◎ 100% Ad Free. PREGNANT? Read this before you travel! NOTE: Please configure your mail account on the device before sending email from within the application!