The Health Resources and Services Administration will make $39 million available to health centers in Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the U.S. Virgin Islands over a three-year period to expand access to preventive and primary care services for Zika and other urgent and emergent needs, the agency announced Friday. “As Zika transmission continues, additional resources are necessary to expand health centers’ response to current and evolving Zika-related needs,” said HRSA Acting Administrator Jim Macrae. “These supplemental Zika funds will enable health centers to provide additional high-quality services to underserved populations.”