If you live in Michigan, you probably don't have to worry about the Zika virus.
The virus usually causes fever, rash, or joint pain, and is rarely bad enough to send someone to the hospital or prove fatal. Pregnant women have the most to worry about: if a mother gets infected, the fetus could become malformed.
Zika gained national attention about a year ago when there was a confirmed case in Brazil. Then, in February of this year, the World Health Organization declared the virus a "Public Health Emergency of International Concern."