Zika and Ebola Viruses
Zika virus could be a mosquito-borne animal virus that was first known in the Republic of Uganda in 1947 in monkeys. It was later known in humans in 1952 in the Republic of Uganda and also the United Republic of African country.
The first recorded occurrence of Zika virus malady was rumored from the Island of Yap (Federated States of Micronesia) in 2007. This was followed by an oversized occurrence of Zika viral infection in French Polynesia in 2013 and different countries and territories within the Pacific. In March 2015, Brazil reported a large outbreak of rash illness, soon identified as Zika virus infection, and in July 2015, found to be associated with Guillain-Barre syndrome. Outbreaks and evidence of transmission soon appeared throughout the Americas, Africa, and other regions of the world. To date, a total of 86 countries and territories have reported evidence of mosquito-transmitted Zika infection.