Countries Infected with Zika Virus

Countries or territories with reported confirmed autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection, as of 28 January 2016

Country 

Affected in
the past 2 months

Affected in
the past 9 months

Barbados Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Bolivia Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Brazil Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Cabo Verde Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Colombia Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Curacao Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Dominican Republic Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Ecuador Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

El Salvador Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

French Guiana Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Guadeloupe (France) Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Guatemala Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Guyana Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Haiti Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Honduras Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Martinique (France) Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Mexico Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Nicaragua Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Panama Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Paraguay Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Puerto Rico Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Saint Martin (France) Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Suriname Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Thailand Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Venezuela Increasing or widespread transmission

Yes

Virgin island (US) Sporadic transmission following recent introduction

Yes

Fiji No

Yes

Maldives No

Yes

New Caledonia (France) No

Yes

Samoa No

Yes

Solomon Islands No

Yes

The classification of countries above is based on: 1) number of reported autochthonous confirmed cases; 2) number of affected areas in the country; 3) duration of the circulation.

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