The CDC is doing enough to prevent the virus from spreading around the country. The CDC has issued extensive travel notices relating to the virus. This informs both travelers and clinicians about the danger areas where the virus is suspected to be present. The CDC website also provides detailed information regarding the virus and its symptoms. The CDC has also updated the diagnostic testing for the virus which is available to all State Public Health Laboratories and laboratories in other countries.
The CDC is doing enough to keep the Zika virus from spreading around the country. While their efforts may not completely keep the virus contained and spreading, there is only so much they can do from stopping nature from taking its course. The virus is spread by mosquitoes, and it is impossible to completely eradicate them. There will always be some that escape that could possibly contain the virus.
The Zika virus is every one's problem not just the CDC. We need to stop messing with the DNA of things. Most of our viruses are because we just had to play with DNA and make things hardier so people wouldn't go hungry anymore. The problem is hunger is a major epidemic still and it always be until governments start taking care of their own people first.
The CDC must do more to prevent the spread of the Zika virus in this country. The approach must be two-pronged. More resources need to be used to find a viable vaccine for the virus, and more effort must be put into eradicating the mosquito populations. Only by doing these two things can the spread of such a dangerous virus be stopped.