The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will award about $70 million in supplemental funding for Zika through its Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases Cooperative Agreement program, the agency announced Friday. It plans to distribute the funds to states and eligible cities and territories based on factors such as Zika disease burden, laboratory and mosquito surveillance/control capacity, the presence of Aedes mosquitoes, and local Zika virus transmission. Applications are due Nov. 20.