International guidelines

Rest of the world

Interim CDC recommendations for Zika vector control in the continental United States external link opens in a new window[213]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2019

Prevention of sexual transmission of Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[74]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2019

Laboratory safety when working with Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[194]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2019

CDC Health Information for International Travel (the Yellow Book): Zikaexternal link opens in a new window[195]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2019

Interim guidance for managing occupational exposures to Zika virus for healthcare personnelexternal link opens in a new window[89]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2019

Zika virus testing guidanceexternal link opens in a new window[170]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2019

Published by:American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Last published:2019

Dengue and Zika virus diagnostic testing for patients with a clinically compatible illness and risk for infection with both virusesexternal link opens in a new window[173]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2018

Revised recommendations for reducing the risk of Zika virus transmission by blood and blood componentsexternal link opens in a new window[129]

Published by:Food and Drug Administration

Last published:2018

Donor screening recommendations to reduce the risk of transmission of Zika virus by human cells, tissues, and cellular and tissue-based productsexternal link opens in a new window[134]

Published by:Food and Drug Administration

Last published:2018

Interim guidance for preconception counseling and prevention of sexual transmission of Zika virus for men with possible Zika virus exposureexternal link opens in a new window[214]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2018

WHO toolkit for the care and support of people affected by complications associated with Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[197]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2017

Interim guidance for the diagnosis, evaluation and management of infants with possible congenital Zika virus infectionexternal link opens in a new window[2]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2017

Interim guidance for protecting workers from occupational exposure to Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[215]

Published by:Occupational Safety and Health Administration; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Last published:2017

Interim guidance for health care providers caring for pregnant women with possible Zika virus exposure - United States (including US territories)external link opens in a new window[148]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2017

Tool for the diagnosis and care of patients with suspected arboviral diseasesexternal link opens in a new window[149]

Published by:Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization

Last published:2017

Screening, assessment and management of neonates and infants with complications associated with Zika virus exposure in uteroexternal link opens in a new window[180]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Provisional remarks on Zika virus infection in pregnant women: document for health care professionalsexternal link opens in a new window[13]

Published by:Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Vector control operations framework for Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[216]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Maintaining a safe and adequate blood supply during Zika virus outbreaksexternal link opens in a new window[127]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Laboratory testing for Zika virus infectionexternal link opens in a new window[71]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Preliminary guidelines for the surveillance of microcephaly in newborns in settings with risk of Zika virus circulationexternal link opens in a new window[171]

Published by:Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Interim guidance for interpretation of Zika virus antibody test resultsexternal link opens in a new window[196]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2016

Breastfeeding in the context of Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[200]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Preventing transmission of Zika virus in labor and delivery settings through implementation of standard precautionsexternal link opens in a new window[147]

Published by:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last published:2016

Zika virus (ZIKV) surveillance in the Americas: recommendations for laboratory detection and diagnosisexternal link opens in a new window[176]

Published by:Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Identification and management of Guillain-Barre syndrome in the context of Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[152]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Management of infection by the Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[218]

Published by:Brazilian Infectious Diseases Society

Last published:2016

Infant feeding in areas of Zika virus transmissionexternal link opens in a new window[201]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Psychosocial support for pregnant women and for families with microcephaly and other neurological complications in the context of Zika virusexternal link opens in a new window[198]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

Pregnancy management in the context of Zika virus infectionexternal link opens in a new window[217]

Published by:World Health Organization

Last published:2016

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