The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Friday awarded $25 million in fiscal year 2016 funding to help public health departments in 53 states, cities and territories prepare for and respond to a possible Zika outbreak. Recipients were selected based in part on the estimated U.S. range of the two mosquito species that carry the virus. In addition, CDC awarded 62 departments $567.5 million in FY 2016 cooperative agreements through the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program, which provides resources to respond to infectious disease outbreaks and other emergencies.