Six new cases of Zika virus infection were confirmed in Florida on Thursday, including three people in Miami-Dade, one in Broward and two in Osceola counties. Statewide, 58 people have contracted the virus since health officials began reporting infections on Feb. 9.
Six new cases of Zika virus infection were confirmed in Florida on Thursday, including three people in Miami-Dade, one in Broward and two in Osceola counties. Statewide, 58 people have contracted the virus since health officials began reporting infections on Feb. 9. Fotolia TNS
Six new cases of Zika virus infection were confirmed in Florida on Thursday, including three people in Miami-Dade, one in Broward and two in Osceola counties. Statewide, 58 people have contracted the virus since health officials began reporting infections on Feb. 9. Fotolia TNS

Florida reports six new cases of Zika virus, including three in Miami-Dade

March 10, 2016 02:34 PM

UPDATED March 10, 2016 05:01 PM

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