May, 2016: NRPA conducted an online survey to determine whether or not American’s planned to alter their outdoor plans this summer because of Zika. Key Findings The majority of respondents, 31 percent, indicated that they definitely will not alter their plans. Twenty-three percent indicated that they are either very unlikely to or somewhat unlikely to change their plans. Only 6 percent indicated that they definitely will change their plans. Survey results showed that the concern was greater among respondents with children and those of child-bearing age. Interactive Charts Education Opportunities 2016 NRPA Annual Conference Session: ZIKA: Get the Buzz on Protecting Yourself and Your Communities Additional Resources July 22, 2016: Zika Update #2: Protection for Outdoor Workers (Open Space blog) June 6, 2016: Americans Reveal Their Favorite Summer Outdoor Activities (Press Release) May 20, 2016: Key Findings from Survey on Zika and Summer Outdoor Plans (Open Space blog) May 17, 2016: Only 1 in 4 Americans Plan to Alter Outdoor, Summer Activities Because of Zika Virus, Survey Finds (Press Release) May, 2016: Zika and Parks: What You Need to Know (Parks and Recreation magazine) External Resources AAP: What Parents Need to Know CDC Vital Signs: Transmission & Risks CDC Vital Signs: Zika and Pregnancy EPA: Find the Insect Repellent that is Right for You OSHA: Interim Guidance for Protecting Workers from Occupational Exposure to Zika Virus Your local and state health departments’ websites for information specific to your region.