This page is a collection of free resources from across BMJ and elsewhere. It aims to inform clinicians about the global threat posed by the virus, and will be continuously updated as new information comes to light. It includes content in Chinese, Spanish, and Brazilian Portugese .
BMJ wants to support the fast development of research around the Zika virus by enabling researchers to share their findings as quickly as possible. Until the end of July 2016, all of our specialty journals will waive the article processing charge on open access articles investigating the Zika virus. If you wish to submit a manuscript about the Zika virus, please quote ZIKA2016 . For full information on our author submission policies, visit our How to submit your paper section.