Pinellas County has its first recorded case of Zika virus, according to the Florida Health Department.
The case is travel-related, and was announced Monday along with a newly confirmed case of the virus in Orange County.
The case brings to a 107 the number of confirmed Zika cases in Florida. Hillsborough County had three as of Monday’s count. Only five people confirmed to have Zika are still showing symptoms.
Here’s a breakdown of the location of the state’s cases:
Palm Beach 7
Santa Rosa 1
St. Johns 1
Cases involving pregnant women 7