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Zika virus can live for hours on hard, non-porous surfaces | ScienceDaily

Zika virus can live for hours on hard, non-porous surfaces | ScienceDaily

The Zika virus is most commonly transmitted in humans as the result of a bite from an infected mosquito or from an infected human to another human. What is not well known is that the virus also can be transmitted via the environment if an individual is pricked with an infected needle or has an open cut and comes in contact with the live virus. While there are no known cases to date of the general public being infected with the Zika virus through the environment, there has been at least one documented case of laboratory acquired Zika virus infection.

Source: Zika virus can live for hours on hard, non-porous surfaces — ScienceDaily