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Zika Virus

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Zika Virus

Situational Awareness Products - Subnational

Singapore - Active Zika Clusters September 15, 2016
Dominican Republic - Total Zika Cases by Department September 9, 2016
Florida, United States - Zika Cases by County August 25, 2016
Ecuador: Total Zika Cases by Province August 8, 2016
Puerto Rico - Positive Zika Cases by Municipality August 8, 2016
El Salvador - Suspected Zika Cases by Department June 3, 2016
Colombia - Total Zika Cases by Department June 3, 2016
Honduras - Suspected Zika Cases by Department June 3, 2016
Colombia: Percent Change in Cumulative Zika Cases by Dept. April 6, 2016
Colombia - Zika Cases Among Pregnant Women April 6, 2016
Dominican Republic - Confirmed Zika Cases by Department March 30, 2016
Dominican Republic - Suspected Zika Cases by Department March 4, 2016
El Salvador - Zika Cases Among Pregnant Women February 24, 2016
El Salvador - Zika Incidence Rate by Department February 24, 2016
El Salvador - Percent Change in Suspected Zika Cases February 24, 2016
Haiti: Suspected Zika Cases by Department February 19, 2016

Situational Awareness Products - National

Countries with Local Zika Transmission in South East Asia September 15, 2016
Cumulative Locally Acquired Zika Cases by Country August 8, 2016
Predicted Distribution of A. aegpyti and A. albopictus February 26, 2016
Predicted Distribution of A. aegypti and A. albopictus February 24, 2016
Dengue Virus Incidence in the Americas February 3, 2016
Chikungunya Virus Incidence in the Americas February 3, 2016
Known Geographic Extent of Vector Mosquito Species February 3, 2016
Countries Reporting Transmission in the Americas February 1, 2016
Health Care Capacity in the Americas January 30, 2016
Health Resilience in the Americas January 30, 2016
Reported Mosquito Locations in the Americas January 30, 2016

Decision Support

Monitoring Zika

Characteristics of modern populations have led to an increased potential for disease impacts across a wide range of geographic scales. Therefore, the role of public health in emergency preparedness and response efforts has become crucial. In an effort to provide a comprehensive picture of emerging and current health threats, PDC’s DisasterAWARE platforms integrate biosurveillance information, serving as a single repository for the latest data coming in from leading health organizations. This supports easy visualization and integration of environmental and health data providing reliable and actionable information to disaster management and health professionals alike. 

PDC's DisasterAWARE (All-hazard Warnings, Analysis, and Risk Evaluation) platform integrates information, modeling, and mapping technologies to provide situational awareness and decision support in a highly visual and easy-to-use web application. DisasterAWARE can be accessed through:

Disaster Alert: PDC’s free and easy-to-use application for iPhone, iPad, and Android™ users delivers a mobile, up-to-the-minute multi-hazard monitoring platform.

Global Hazards Atlas: Available to all users, this interactive global map viewer provides a continuously updated information stream on current hazards worldwide, along with other geospatial data.

EMOPS: Designed to meet the information needs of disaster managers and state and local government users, this free, subscription-based Emergency Operations (EMOPS) system provides a secure environment for accessing, updating, and sharing information before, during, and after a disaster.

Visit the DisasterAWARE Documentation page for general information and training videos.