CDC previously issued guidance related to Zika for people living in or traveling to Miami-Dade County, Florida, which advised that pregnant women not travel to this area due to local transmission of Zika virus.
CDC designates areas for Zika virus transmission prevention in the continental United States and Hawaii as red or yellow.
Guidance for yellow areas now applies to North Miami Beach.
Way back in 2006 a certain pop sociologist published a map of singles across America.
Men cursed, women swooned, and each and every unattached member of society packed up for the nearest City of Love. Well, a lie is pretty bad when Life and Love are on the line.
On September 19, CDC updated guidance for the Wynwood-designated area after three mosquito incubation periods passed without any new locally transmitted cases of Zika.
On August 19, CDC also issued guidance for a 1.5-square-mile section of South Miami Beach identified to have mosquito-borne spread of Zika; on September 17, this section was expanded to a 4.5-square-mile area that included areas of North Miami Beach.