Here you will find effective actions to protect yourself, your family and the community from the spread of Zika virus.
COVER is REPEL. Remove the collected water. START MOSQUITOES from your home and if you are pregnant and have sex, use infants.
All these actions are necessary. Together, and as recommended, these steps will help protect you, your family and the community from Zika.
COVER and REPEL that mosquitoes don't bite. Wear long sleeves, long pants and socks. Apply mosquito repellent and sleep under the bed net and cover troughs and trolleys with mosquito nets
EXCLUDING CONTAINERS TO WATER WATER to remove places where mosquitoes can rest and eggs. Empty the drained water at least once a week and clean the dishes to remove mosquito eggs. Cover the dishes so that they do not collect water during the rain. Discard debris or unused containers with collected water.
STORE MOSQUITOES FROM YOUR HOME. Use windows and doors. Once a week, empty and wipe any containers in your home that contain water, such as vases or flower pots. And if you want to kill mosquitoes, use floating floating insect sprayers or spray insecticides.
Zika virus remains in the body for some time and can be sexually transmitted to a human sexual partner through semen. If you are pregnant, Zika may harm your pregnancy. If you are pregnant, use a condom every time you are pregnant with a male partner during pregnancy.
Use a condom the right way to avoid the spread of Zika virus. Using a condom can protect your pregnancy.
If there is no PREGNANT and you do not want to become pregnant, talk to your healthcare provider about effective contraception.
Zika may be scary, but remember that you can take measures to protect yourself, your family and the community from the spread of Zika virus.
INSURANCE AND RECOVERY, EXCEPT DETERMINED WATER, START MOSQUITOES FROM YOUR HOME AND IF YOU ARE PREGNANT AND GENDER, USE
For more information, go to cdc.gov/zika.
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