The name of the mosquito above is Aedes Aegypti. It is the main bug that spreads the Zika Virus and also other ones too. They live in tropical and subtropical climates. They are more likely to spread the virus than Aedes albopictus because they only feed on humans and not animals.
What CDC is doing to help: Spraying poison to kill the bugs. Testing samples for Zika and providing laboratories with diagnostic tests. Advising travelers how to protect themselves while traveling in areas with risk of Zika. Studying links between Zika and birth defects.
This is a map of the Zika cases in the U.S.