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Zika virus congenital infection: algorithm and interim guidance for neonatologists and paediatricians

Guidance to manage confirmed and potentially infected infants born to parents who travelled to areas with active Zika virus transmission.

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Zika virus congenital infection: Interim guidance for neonatologists and paediatricians

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Algorithm: Recommendations for neonates whose mother has travelled to an area with high or moderate risk of Zika virus transmission during pregnancy or within 4 weeks before conception

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Guidance produced by PHE and a Zika virus neonatal working group.

Published 24 March 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. Revised (v3) with changes in laboratory testing.
  3. Updated information on Zika congenital syndrome; sexual transmission; symptoms. Added surveillance and details on management of potentially affected infants.
  4. First published.