Thirteen public health officials have been recently trained in techniques to detect the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases.
The training was done by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA).
The following is a statement issued by CARPHA on the issue:
The Caribbean Public Health Agency says that two years after the first outbreak of Zika in the Caribbean, the invasion of this mosquito-borne virus has reduced significantly.
A statement by CARPHA says that while health officials have reported a decrease in the number of suspected and confirmed cases, it is important to note that the virus is still present within our communities.