Zika Virus Resources

Zika is a virus that can be transmitted by mosquitos, through sexual activity, or by a pregnant woman to her fetus. The Zika virus is a global public health emergency that requires an urgent response. We all deserve access to comprehensive, evidence-based information about Zika transmission, prevention strategies, trends, and advocacy—including information about abortion and contraception. ARHP is continually updating this page to bring you the latest resources and information on Zika.

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Research and Resources

Educational Materials

In the News

Zika Mosquitoes Are in More Places Than You Thought, CDC Says– NBC News

With Mosquito Season Underway, Sen. Cornyn Lookinh for More Zika Preparedness – Gray Washington News Bureau

Zika In America: One Mother’s Saga – Kaiser Health News

States Fear Price of New Zika Vaccine Will be More Than They Can Pay – NPR

A New Zika Threat Hoves as Summer’s Mosquitoes Get Bzzzzy – Kaiser Health News

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It is essential that providers respect patient autonomy when it comes to exercising person-centered care and counseling on contraceptive methods that are right for a patient’s unique circumstances.