On October 19, because local spread of Zika virus continued to be reported in Miami-Dade County, CDC updated its travel and testing guidance to apply recommendations to all of Miami-Dade County.
See CDC’s travel, testing, and pregnancy planning guidance for areas with reported mosquito-borne spread of Zika virus.
Guidance for yellow areas now applies to the Little River area.
On November 21, 2016, CDC updated guidance for the 4.5-square-mile area of Miami Beach.
On August 1, 2016, CDC issued guidance for people living in or traveling to a 1-square-mile area of the Wynwood neighborhood in Miami, FL, identified by the Florida Department of Health as having mosquito-borne spread of Zika.
Florida health officials can answer specific questions on Florida’s mosquito control program.
Twelve Irma-related deaths were confirmed by Florida emergency management officials, while authorities in Georgia and South Carolina each reported three deaths from the storm and its immediate aftermath.