From NHS website:
How you catch Zika virus infection
Most cases of Zika virus disease are spread by infected mosquitoes biting humans. Unlike the mosquitoes that spread malaria, affected mosquitoes (the Aedes mosquito) are most active during the day, especially during mid-morning, then late-afternoon to dusk.
There have been a small number of reports of Zika virus being passed on through sexual intercourse, although the risk is thought to be low.
In which case - unless you're indulging in unprotected sex doesn't look like anything to worry about