Health officials have announced that they are giving the Zika virus vaccines to some of the poorest parts of the Caribbean, as part of a $6.6 billion effort to control the spread of the disease.
The vaccine, approved by the World Health Organization, was developed in conjunction with Spanish antivirus company Avian Vaccines, which has developed a vaccine that has proven effective in treating two cases of Zika.
The new vaccines will be given to the poorest areas of the country, including the Dominican Republic, the Dominican republic, the Bahamas and the United States.
The World Health Assembly has said that all countries will need to increase their efforts to contain the virus.
In a statement, the health ministry said the vaccines were developed to combat the transmission of the virus through contaminated bodily fluids and other sources, including contaminated soil and water.
It said the vaccine would also help control the number of cases in these areas, especially in the areas where the virus has been particularly difficult to control.
The health ministry also said that the vaccines will help prevent and manage the spread and spread of Zika through the community.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the government of the Dominican island of Guadeloupe have launched a global effort to fight the Zika outbreak.
The government says it is the largest outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease in the world, with more than 4,500 confirmed cases and 5,000 deaths.
The Dominican government has warned residents in the country to avoid traveling to the United Kingdom and Canada, and to avoid sexual activity with people from the Caribbean region.
The island has also declared a public health emergency.
The WHO says the country has reported more than 3,000 cases of the Zika infection, of which more than 6,400 have been confirmed, and more than 9,400 people have been infected.
The disease is transmitted through bites from infected mosquitoes.
The latest vaccine is expected to go into mass production in the next two months.