New Zika case confirmed in Osceola County

Total number of Zika cases in Florida up to 71


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Four new cases of Zika have been confirmed in Florida on Monday, including one in Osceola County, according to health officials.

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The Florida Department of Health said two new travel-related cases were reported in Miami-Dade County, one in Broward County and one in Osceola County.

The new additions bring the number of statewide Zika cases to 71, including four in pregnant women.

There have been no locally acquired Zika cases.

The following counties have reported cases of Zika:

Alachua 4
Brevard 2
Broward 10
Hillsborough 3
Lee 3
Miami-Dade 32
Orange 4
Osceola 4
Polk 2
Santa Rosa 1
Seminole 1
St. Johns 1
Cases involving pregnant women* 4
Total 71

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