WHO and Zika
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Zika virus is no longer an international public health emergency. This will not stop the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which has stated it will keep this outbreak at the highest alert levels.
So what does this mean from a Regulatory perspective? To be honest, very little, although it does have an impact on funding for research, which may decrease some as a result of this decision. The WHO organization is not a Regulatory Body with the authority to approve medications, so their effect is more on the research end of the spectrum where their proclomations can have some effect.