I am getting sick and tired of all this "to do" about the Zika virus, mainly because it's effects are little more than a bad cold/mild flu to adults, and it was, until this morning, just one of several diseases borne by mosquitoes. This morning, CNN reported that the CDC have identified a case of sexually transmitted Zika, and that makes it somewhat more disconcerting. It's a virus. What can we actually do about it? Create a vaccine? Why? The virus' worst effects are quite easily avoided: Don't go to Zika infested places while pregnant. Abstain from having sex with pregnant women or women who intend to become pregnant if one has possibly been bitten by a Zika-carrying mosquito. Use whatever form(s) of mosquito repellant tactics suit you. If the virus becomes airborne transmittable, well, then the situation changes. For now, it's hardly deserving of all the press it's getting.