(ABC)-- During the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil, warnings about the Zika virus were all over the news.
Travel experts say that while reported cases are on the decline, the risk of outbreaks is still high.
Most infections don't show any symptoms, but they can have serious outcomes if they're passed on to a newborn.
The CDC says women should avoid getting pregnant for two months after visiting Zika-infected countries. Men should wait six months.
Click here for a list of countries with Zika-related travel warnings.