Ebola and Zika Virus Resources


As our nation's strategy to address the Ebola virus continues to evolve, MCMS will continue to provide helpful and accurate information regarding Ebola. You can contribute to our country’s response by being ready to detect a potentially infected patient; protect yourself, your colleagues, and other patients from exposure; and respond with appropriate patient care. Please be sure to review and share this information to help alleviate questions, concerns, or misinformation regarding Ebola.


After the Zika outbreak of 2016-17, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) became concerned about both imported and potential locally acquired cases of Zika virus infection in the United States. However, from 2019 forward, no outbreaks have been reported in the United States. To learn more about outbreaks and case monitoring, visit the CDC's Zika monitoring web page.

You can find Zika-related clinical, laboratory, epidemiologic, travel notices, and communication resources here.