A female Aedes aegypti mosquito has long been thought to be the primary way the Zika virus is spread. But 12 cases in the United States are now thought to have been spread by sexual contact, making unprotected sex the primary means of transmission in the U.S.
A female Aedes aegypti mosquito has long been thought to be the primary way the Zika virus is spread. But 12 cases in the United States are now thought to have been spread by sexual contact, making unprotected sex the primary means of transmission in the U.S. James Gathany Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A female Aedes aegypti mosquito has long been thought to be the primary way the Zika virus is spread. But 12 cases in the United States are now thought to have been spread by sexual contact, making unprotected sex the primary means of transmission in the U.S. James Gathany Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

NC hiring entomologists to prepare defense against Zika virus

March 02, 2016 6:43 PM