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Áreas en riesgo | El virus del Zika | CDC

Áreas en riesgo | El virus del Zika | CDC

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Áreas en riesgo por casos de zika transmitido por vectores localmente



Información sobre el virus del Zika para el personal encargado de colectar sangre y tejidos
Los CDC están trabajando con los departamentos de salud estatales y las organizaciones encargadas de colectar sangre y tejidos para garantizar la seguridad de nuestros suminisitros de sangre y tejidos, y reducir el riesgo de transmisión del virus del Zika a través de las transfusiones de sangre y los trasplantes de tejidos. La enfermedad por el virus del Zika es una afección de notificación obligatoria a nivel nacional. Los departamentos de salud locales y estatales informan los casos a los CDC utilizando las definiciones de casos estándar.

Special Notice – March 13, 2017

Potential Increased Risk to Blood and Tissue Safety
CDC has identified the potential for increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Miami-Dade County starting on June 15, 2016. The potential risk in Miami-Dade County did not meet the threshold for designation as an area of active transmission until July 29, 2016. CDC has also identified that since June 15, 2016, there has been a potential increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Broward and Palm Beach counties because of local travel of residents of these counties to areas of active transmission in Florida. The complete list of current and past areas of active transmission is provided below.

Áreas de transmisión activa en los Estados Unidos

Para proteger los bancos de sangre y tejidos de los EE. UU., los CDC, conjuntamente con la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos (FDA, por sus siglas en inglés), definen como áreas con transmisión activa del virus del Zika aquellas que han presentado dos o más casos de infección por el virus del Zika adquirida a nivel local dentro de un periodo de 45 días. Es posible que estas áreas de riesgo definidas no sean las mismas áreas para las cuales los CDC emitieron directrices para viajeros a raíz de las preocupaciones por el riesgo potencial de seguridad para la sangre y los tejidos.
Las siguientes son las áreas en el territorio continental de los Estados Unidos donde hay transmisión activa del virus del Zika a los fines de la intervención segura de sangre y tejidos:
Las siguientes son las áreas en el territorio continental de los Estados Unidos enumeradas previamente donde hay transmisión activa del virus del Zika a los fines de la intervención segura de sangre y tejidos:
*No se han identificado nuevos casos de transmisión local del virus del Zika por un período de 45 días.  

Fechas de publicación de los avisos para viajeros, para países y territorios con reportes de transmisión local del virus del Zika a través de mosquitos.

País o territorioFecha de publicación de avisos para viajeros
Samoa Americana2/1/2016
Angola3/10/2017
Anguila6/29/2016
Antigua y Barbuda8/3/2016
Argentina5/26/2016
Aruba2/18/2016
Bahamas8/23/2016
Barbados1/26/2016
Belice4/18/2016
Bolivia1/22/2016
Bonaire2/18/2016
Brasil6/9/2015
Islas Vírgenes Británicas8/30/16
Cabo Verde1/26/2016
Islas Caimán8/11/2016
Colombia12/10/2015
Costa Rica2/1/2016
Cuba3/19/2016
Curazao2/1/2016
Dominica3/19/2016
Ecuador1/22/2016
El Salvador12/10/2015
Fiyi4/4/2016
Guayana Francesa12/18/2015
Granada5/12/2016
Guadalupe1/26/2016
Guatemala12/10/2015
Guinea-Bissau3/10/2017
Guyana1/22/2016
Haití1/26/2016
Honduras2/1/2016
Jamaica2/3/2016
Kosrae (FSM)4/1/2016
Maldivas3/10/2017
Islas Marshall2/23/2016
Isla de Martinica1/26/2016
México12/10/2015
Montserrat11/21/16
Nueva Caledonia3/9/2016
Nicaragua2/1/2016
Palaos11/16/2016
Panamá12/10/2015
Papúa Nueva Guinea4/29/2016
Paraguay12/10/2015
Perú5/5/2016
Puerto Rico12/31/2015
Saba7/26/2016
San Bartolomé5/9/2016
Santa Lucía4/11/2016
San Martín1/26/2016
Samoa2/1/2016
Singapur8/30/16
San Eustaquio7/14/2016
Sint Maarten2/29/2016
Islas Salomón3/10/2017
San Vicente y las Granadinas2/29/2016
San Cristóbal y Nieves9/26/2016
Surinam11/12/2015
República Dominicana1/26/2016
Tonga2/3/2016
Trinidad y Tobago2/23/2016
Islas Turcas y Caicos8/3/2016
Islas Vírgenes (EE.UU.)1/26/2016
Venezuela12/10/2015












Areas At Risk | Zika virus | CDC

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Zika

Special Notice – March 13, 2017

Potential Increased Risk to Blood and Tissue Safety
CDC has identified the potential for increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Miami-Dade County starting on June 15, 2016. The potential risk in Miami-Dade County did not meet the threshold for designation as an area of active transmission until July 29, 2016. CDC has also identified that since June 15, 2016, there has been a potential increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Broward and Palm Beach counties because of local travel of residents of these counties to areas of active transmission in Florida. The complete list of current and past areas of active transmission is provided here.



Areas At Risk For Locally Acquired Vector-borne Zika Cases



Zika virus information for the blood and tissue collection community
CDC is working with state health departments and blood and tissue collection organizations to help ensure the safety of our blood and tissue supply and reduce the risk of Zika virus transmission through blood transfusions and tissue transplants. Zika virus disease is a nationally notifiable condition. Cases are reported to CDC by state and local health departments using standard case definitions.

Special Notice – March 13, 2017

Potential Increased Risk to Blood and Tissue Safety
CDC has identified the potential for increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Miami-Dade County starting on June 15, 2016. The potential risk in Miami-Dade County did not meet the threshold for designation as an area of active transmission until July 29, 2016. CDC has also identified that since June 15, 2016, there has been a potential increased risk to blood and tissue safety in Broward and Palm Beach counties because of local travel of residents of these counties to areas of active transmission in Florida. The complete list of current and past areas of active transmission is provided below.

Areas of Active Transmission in the United States

To protect the US blood and tissue supply, CDC in collaboration with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines areas of active Zika virus transmission as having two or more locally acquired cases of Zika virus infection within 45 days. These defined areas of risk can be different from areas for which CDC has issued travel guidance because of concerns about potential risk for blood and tissue safety.
The following are areas of active transmission of Zika virus in the continental United States for the purpose of blood and tissue safety intervention:
The following are previously listed areas of active transmission of Zika virus in the continental United States for the purpose of blood and tissue safety intervention:
*No new cases of local Zika virus transmission have been identified for a period of 45-days.  

Travel notice posting dates for countries and territories with reported local mosquito transmission of Zika virus.

Country or TerritoryDate Travel Notification Posted
American Samoa2/1/2016
Angola3/10/2017
Anguilla6/29/2016
Antigua & Barbuda8/3/2016
Argentina5/26/2016
Aruba2/18/2016
Bahamas8/23/2016
Barbados1/26/2016
Belize4/18/2016
Bolivia1/22/2016
Bonaire2/18/2016
Brazil6/9/2015
British Virgin Islands8/30/16
Cape Verde1/26/2016
Cayman Islands8/11/2016
Colombia12/10/2015
Costa Rica2/1/2016
Cuba3/19/2016
Curacao2/1/2016
Dominica3/19/2016
Ecuador1/22/2016
El Salvador12/10/2015
Fiji4/4/2016
French Guiana12/18/2015
Grenada5/12/2016
Guadeloupe1/26/2016
Guatemala12/10/2015
Guinea-Bissau3/10/2017
Guyana1/22/2016
Haiti1/26/2016
Honduras2/1/2016
Jamaica2/3/2016
Kosrae (FSM)4/1/2016
Maldives3/10/2017
Marshall Islands2/23/2016
Martinique1/26/2016
Mexico12/10/2015
Montserrat11/21/16
New Caledonia3/9/2016
Nicaragua2/1/2016
Palau11/16/2016
Panama12/10/2015
Papua New Guinea4/29/2016
Paraguay12/10/2015
Peru5/5/2016
Puerto Rico12/31/2015
Saba7/26/2016
Saint Bartelemy5/9/2016
Saint Lucia4/11/2016
Saint Martin1/26/2016
Samoa2/1/2016
Singapore8/30/16
Sint Eustatius7/14/2016
Sint Maarten2/29/2016
Solomon Islands3/10/2017
St. Vincent & the Grenadines2/29/2016
St. Kitts and Nevis9/26/2016
Suriname11/12/2015
The Dominican Republic1/26/2016
Tonga2/3/2016
Trinidad & Tobago2/23/2016
Turks & Caicos8/3/2016
US Virgin Islands1/26/2016
Venezuela12/10/2015

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