Original Source: http://viconsortium.com/
Viconsortium has reported as of December 7th, 2016, the U.S. Virgin Islands as a whole have seen only 20 reports of Zika this week, down from 35 last week. There have been 920 reported cases of Zika in the U.S. Virgin Islands, only two of which have been reported by those traveling through the islands. To put that in perspective, there are over 4,500 reported cases of Zika in the United States, 4,400 which have been associated with travel outside of the U.S.
St. John is least effected by Zika compared to St. Thomas and St. Croix, as it accounts for only 7% of Zika cases. To add to this, the WHO lifted the emergency status back in February 1st signifying the virus effect has been diminished.
You can read more about the Zika Zirus and the impact on St. John and the rest U.S. Virgin Islands here: http://viconsortium.com/
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