This article by Suresh Mahalingam, Principal Research Leader, Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University and Michael Rolph, Senior research fellow, Griffith University explains where we are with the development of vaccines against mosquito borne viruses, including the Zika virus:
Note that live attenuated viruses are preferred for their greater effectiveness in generating memory lymphocytes, so people vaccinated have a greater chance of recognising the virus the next time they are exposed and fighting off the re-infection, but as the article states - "there is still the potential for these vaccines to cause disease, especially in recipients with weakened immune systems." which unfortunately includes us and is why we should never have live attenuated vaccines.
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Meanwhile, welcome spiders and their webs - a meal for them might save you from a serious illness!