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Zika Virus

Zika infographic - Enjoy Your Vacation

Zika - Enjoy Your Vacation

Protect your family from Zika!

  • Know before you go
  • Pack to prevent
  • Protect yourself
  • STOP the spread
  • Zika symptoms
  • Information for individuals who are pregnant or trying to conceive.

(Also available in Spanish)

 

Zika - infographic - inbound

Health Advisory: Zika (inbound and outbound travelers)

Pregnant? Zika is linked to birth defects.

Going to or coming from areas with Zika? Protect yourself during pregnancy:

  • Don’t let mosquitoes bite you.
  • Talk to your doctor about the risk to your pregnancy.

(Also available in Spanish)

 

Zika - infographic - outbound

Health Advisory: Zika (outbound travelers)

Pregnant? Zika is linked to birth defects.

Protect yourself during pregnancy while in areas with Zika. Don’t let mosquitoes bite you.

(Also available in Spanish)

 

Zika - infographic - inbound

Health Advisory: Zika (inbound travelers)

Pregnant? Zika is linked to birth defects.

Recently been in an area with Zika? Talk to your doctor about the risk to your pregnancy.

(Also available in Spanish)

 

2016 Rio Olympic Games

Olympics (Rio 2016) infographic

Stay Healthy on the Road to Rio

Protect Yourself from Zika

  • Be Prepared
  • Stay Safe
  • Eat and Drink Smart
  • Prevent Bug Bites
  • Stay Healthy and Help Protect Others After Your Trip

(Also available in Spanish and Portuguese)

Olympics (Rio 2016) prevention infographic

#ZIKA Team USA’s Prevention Playbook

  • Fight the Bite - Mosquitoes spread Zika
  • Strong Defense - Zika can be spread through sex
  • Time Out - Wait to get pregnant
  • Overtime - Don't spread Zika after the Olympics

Prevent Bug Bites

Infographic - mosquito bite prevention for travelers

Mosquito Bite Prevention for Travelers

Mosquitoes spread many types of viruses and parasites that can cause diseases like chikungunya, dengue, Zika, and malaria. If you are traveling to an area where malaria is found, talk to your healthcare provider about malaria prevention medication that may be available.

Protect yourself and your family from mosquito bites.

 

Prevent bug bites infographic

Prevent Bug Bites
What to know before you go

Bugs can spread diseases. Travelers to tropical and other destinations should take steps to prevent bug bites.

Wearing insect repellent with at least 20% DEET protects against mosquito and tick bites.

Other ways to prevent bug bites: Wear long pants and sleeves, use permethrin-treated gear and clothing, sleep in places that are air conditioned or screened against bugs, sleep under a bed net if exposed to outdoors.

If you get sick after traveling, see a doctor. Tell the doctor where you traveled.

(Also available in Spanish)

 

Infographic

Going to the American Tropics?

Mosquitoes spread diseases such as chikungunya and dengue.

Don't let mosquitoes ruin your trip.

 

Infographic

Recently in the American Tropics?

Mosquitoes spread diseases such as chikungunya and dengue.

If you get sick, see a doctor. Tell the doctor you traveled to the Caribbean.

Food and Water

Infographic - food water what's safer and what's not

Food and Beverage Safety for the International Traveler:
What's Safer and What's Not

Unclean food and water can cause travelers' diarrhea and other diseases. Travelers to developing countries are especially at risk. In otherwise healthy adults, diarrhea is rarely serious or life-threatening, but if can certainly make for an unpleasant trip. Take steps to avoid diarrhea when you travel.

 

Risky vs. Safer

Risky vs. Safer
Food and Drink Choices while Traveling

Checklist of risky food choices and safer alternatives for international travelers

 

Food and water

Food and Water Safety
What to know before you go

Eating or drinking unclean food and water can make you sick with travelers' diarrhea and other diseases. You are at risk if you travel internationally, especially to developing countries. Reduce your risk by sticking to these safe food and water habits.

International Road Safety

road safey

International Road Safety
A route to avoiding a crash while abroad.

Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 killer of healthy US citizens traveling to foreign countries.

 

Road safety tips

International Road Safety
Eight simple steps to minimize your risk while you're traveling

Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash. A medical evacuation can cost more than $100,000. Don't be another statistic.

Travelers' Health Website

Website guide

CDC Travelers' Health Website Guide

Guide to destination pages, traveler information center, and clinician information center

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

MERS health advisory

Health Advisory: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

Going to the Arabian Peninsula? A new disease called MERS has been identified in some countries.

The risk to most travelers is low, but you should take these steps to prevent the spread of germs.

Poster also available in Arabic

 

MERS

Health Advisory: MERS
Were you in the Middle East recently?

Watch for fever with cough or difficulty breathing.

If you get sick within 14 days of leaving, call a doctor.

Tell the doctor you traveled.

 

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