It says this means that fogging will take place for three consecutive nights for three weeks to eradicate adult aedes aegypti mosquitoes which spread, Zika, dengue and chikungunya.

The CDC advises that pregnant women should postpone trips to countries with active Zika virus transmission, and that women planning to become pregnant should speak to their doctor before the trip.

The Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito could spread as far north as New York City this summer if the weather is warmer than average, according to the study.

A thorough understanding of the spread of Zika Virus and the dynamics of mosquito populations in synch with the seasons may be of utmost help in wiping out any traces of the virus.

The CDC recommended that pregnant women avoid traveling to Cuba, adding the country to a long list of Latin American and Caribbean countries and territories with similar advisories.

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One day before President Barack Obama is slated to visit, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel notice for Cuba for Zika virus, the Associated Press reported. "We have a second species that it is present in small numbers in the southern part of the state and that's why our measures also include mosquito control". Zika is described as generally mild with a rash, fever and joint pain.

Cases confirmed at state laboratories were not included in the total, so there could be others, the CDC said. This could indicate a high potential for transmission in border areas from Texas to California, although the Zika virus has not been widely reported in northern Mexico.

The female patient, who is 60 to 69 years old, had traveled to a Zika-affected area in South America and felt ill when she returned in early March, a health department spokeswoman said Friday. For this reason, many people might not realize they have been infected. Health officials say the man got the virus when traveling to Central America. There is now no vaccine to prevent or medicine for treatment of Zika virus and cases of death are rare.

Researchers believe Zika can cause complications in pregnant women with a possible link to a wide range of neurological disorders and birth defects.