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10 new cases of travel-related Zika confirmed in Central Florida

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Health officials reported more than a dozen cases of travel-related Zika virus on Friday, with 10 confirmed in Central Florida.

The Florida Department of Health said there are 18 cases, with six in Miami-Dade, four in Orange, three in Osceola, two in Polk, one in Hillsborough, one in Manatee and one in Volusia counties.

The following cases have been confirmed:

Alachua: 5
Brevard: 6
Broward: 43
Charlotte: 1
Citrus: 2
Clay: 3
Collier: 4
Duval: 6
Escambia: 1
Highlands: 1
Hillsborough: 7
Lake: 1
Lee: 6
Manatee: 1
Martin: 1
Miami-Dade: 84
Okaloosa: 1
Orange: 29
Osceola: 15
Palm Beach: 13
Pasco: 5
Pinellas: 7
Polk: 10
Santa Rosa: 1
Seminole: 9
St. Johns: 2
St. Lucie: 1
Volusia: 3
Total cases not involving pregnant women: 268
Cases involving pregnant women regardless of symptoms*: 43