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Zika virus: advice for women returning from areas with active Zika virus transmission

Advice for women who are pregnant or planning a baby, who are pregnant and diagnosed with Zika, and for women whose baby is possibly affected.

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Health advice for women returning from areas with active Zika virus transmission

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Joint publication by Public Health England, Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Midwives, and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Published 1 April 2016
Last updated 2 August 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated to reflect changes in travel and sexual transmission advice and revised Zika virus risk ratings.
  2. Updated (v5) to reflect current sexual transmission advice.
  3. Revised (v4) to include new information about epidemiology, sexual transmission and changes in diagnostic testing.
  4. Revised advice about sexual transmission and deferral of pregnancy.
  5. First published.