Travel Warning Issued For Portions Of Zika-Stricken Miami

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Last Friday health officials announced four cases of the Zika virus being transmitted by mosquitoes here in the US, specifically Florida. Monday, ten more cases were made public. As a result, pregnant women have been advised to avoid parts of Miami. Of the 14 cases, two women were infected and 12 men were also infected.

The health department located in Miami-Dade and Broward counties are being proactive by testing all pregnant patients. The CDC is aiding in investigating the outbreak. For more on this developing story, see here.


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