West Nile Virus risk is all year in 37 US states:
Alabama, Maryland, South Carolina, Arizona, Michigan, South Dakota, Arkansas, Minnesota, Tennessee, California, Mississippi, Utah, Colorado, Missouri, Virginia, Delaware, Montana, Washington, Georgia, Nebraska, West Virginia, Idaho, Nevada, Wisconsin, Illinois, New Mexico, Wyoming, Indiana, North Carolina, Iowa, North Dakota, Kansas, Ohio, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Oregan.
West Nile Virus risk is a seasonal risk in Alaska and the North Eastern States:
01 May to 30th November
North Eastern States: Connecticut, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Maine, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, Vermont.
The IBTS tests blood donations for WNV during the most at risk seasons each year. While we are testing, you may be eligible to donate. Please contact us on our Donor Infoline 1850 731 137 for advice.
ZIKA, Dengue and WNV risk is all year in FLORIDA - You cannot donate for 28 days from the date you leave the country.
ZIKA and WNV risk is all year in TEXAS. You cannot donate for 28 days from the date you leave the country.
Tropical risk is all year in HAWAII. You cannot donate for 90 days from the date you leave the country.