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Travel health advice on Zika virus

World Health Organization, (2016)

For national authorities and health care practitioners

Interim guidance for healthcare providers and Zika virus laboratory diagnosis

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, (2016)

This document aims to present an algorithm for deciding whom to test and provide guidance on the laboratory tests for Zika virus infection diagnosis in order to support clinical diagnostic and case reporting through surveillance among EU Member States. The algorithm is not intended for clinical management of patients with suspected Zika virus infection. The information is provisional and subject to revision when new information becomes available.

Maintaining a safe and adequate blood supply during Zika virus outbreaks

World Health Organization WHO, (2016)

Inerim Guidance. These guidelines have been developed in recognition that infection with Zika virus may present a risk to blood safety, and in consideration of the declaration on 1 February 2016 by the WHO Director-General of a Public Health Emergency of International Concern with regard to clusters of microcephaly and other neurological disorders, potentially associated with Zika virus. Currently there is limited knowledge of Zika virus biology and lack of definitive evidence of a link between infection and potential complications

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