The UK has officially declared the Zika outbreak officially over after the US, Brazil and Mexico all declared the outbreak declared a public health emergency.
The US also declared the pandemic a national emergency and declared a state of emergency.
A number of health officials have already been placed on leave and some countries, including the US and UK, have already cancelled travel to the affected regions.
The outbreak is still spreading around the world and the BBC has been told by the World Health Organization that more than 3,400 people have been infected.
The BBC has learned from a source close to the situation that a number of people have already died from the virus.
There is also concern the virus is spreading through infected mosquitoes, which are known to be particularly deadly for people in poor countries.
What is the Zika Virus?
The Zika virus is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito and can cause microcephaly, a condition where babies are born with unusually small heads.
Zika is transmitted by the same mosquito that spreads dengue, which causes dengues and chikungunya, a fever that can cause paralysis, or meningitis.
The virus can be spread by direct contact with infected blood, urine, sweat, feces and semen.
There is currently no cure for the virus and it is extremely contagious.
Symptoms of Zika include a rash, fever and joint pain.
There are no symptoms of denguing, chikengunya or meneditis.