ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla.—There are eleven new reported cases of Zika in Florida Wednesday, including one travel-related case in Duval County, state health officials say.
One new travel-related case was reported in Duval, one in Brevard, one in Hillsborough, one in Orange and one in Palm Beach County, the Florida Health Department says in a news release.
There are 153 non-travel-related cases in the state, the vast majority of which in a 1-square mile area of Miami, but now there are reported locally contracted cases reported in Pinellas County and Palm Beach County as well.
One-hundred-and-four pregnant women are infected, the state says.
There are five undetermined cases of the Zika virus reported in the state and 19 cases of non-Florida residents infected.
Local travel-related Zika numbers are as follows:
- Alachua | 10
- Clay | 5
- Duval | 8
- St. Johns | 4