The Florida Department of Health today reported the 43rd non travel-associated Zika virus case in the state in Miami-Dade County.
DOH continues door-to-door outreach and targeted testing in Pinellas, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties and mosquito abatement and reduction activities are also taking place around the locations that are being investigated.
DOH believes ongoing transmission is only taking place within the small identified areas in Wynwood and Miami Beach in Miami-Dade County.
There has been 545 travel associated Zika cases in Florida this year to date.
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