Many cases of locally-transmitted zika infection have been reported in Singapore. Find updates from MOH and international authorities (WHO, CDC) here.
Latest Zika Updates in Singapore
Singapore and international authorities are closely monitoring the Zika situation and are updating their recommendations on a regular basis
Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH)and National Environment Agency (NEA) - Latest updates on Zika
The Ministry of Health (MOH) and National Environment Agency (NEA) in Singapore has been closely monitoring the Zika virus situation and will continue to take measures to reduce the risk of the virus spreading in the country. It will also update its Health Advisory as required.
Latest Zika Updates Internationally
World Health Organization (WHO) - Latest updates on Zika
The WHO provides regular updates on the Zika situation, taking a worldwide view to direct and coordinate international health responses.
US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Latest updates on Zika
The US CDC responds to new health threats through science and health information, and keeps updated statistics and fact sheets on emerging conditions.
Travel advice and precautions
If you travel to an area affected by Zika, it is important to monitor your health for the next 14 days after you return, and consult your family doctor if you notice any potential symptoms.
For more information on Zika, click on:
- Page 1 - An Overview on Zika
- Page 2 - Zika Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention Tips
- Page 3 - Zika Information for Pregnant Women