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CDC confirms new case of Zika Virus in Pasco County

Posted at 2:24 PM, Jun 10, 2016
Florida health officials have confirmed three new cases of the Zika virus in Florida.
 
One of the cases is in Pasco County.  The other two new cases are in Miami-Dade.
 
Of the cases confirmed in Florida, eight are still exhibiting symptoms. 
 
According to CDC, symptoms associated with the Zika virus last between seven to 10 days.
 
On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott requested that the CDC provide an additional 1,300 Zika antibody tests to Florida.
 
Florida has been monitoring pregnant women with evidence of Zika regardless of symptoms since January. 
 
The total number of pregnant women who have been monitored is 38, with 9 having met the previous CDC case definition.
 
 
 

County

Number of Cases (all travel related)

Alachua

4

Brevard

3

Broward

19

Clay

2

Collier

2

Escambia

1

Hillsborough

4

Lee

5

Martin

1

Miami-Dade

53

Orange

11

Osceola

6

Palm Beach

8

Pasco

2

Pinellas

4

Polk

3

Santa Rosa

1

Seminole

4

St. Johns

2

Volusia

2

Total cases not involving pregnant women

137