A Texas man who acquired Zika virus while traveling to Miami in July returned home to El Paso with that city’s first case of the infectious disease. The man, who was not identified, traveled to Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, the only area in the continental United States identified by health officials as having active transmission of Zika by mosquitoes.
A Texas man who acquired Zika virus while traveling to Miami in July returned home to El Paso with that city’s first case of the infectious disease. The man, who was not identified, traveled to Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, the only area in the continental United States identified by health officials as having active transmission of Zika by mosquitoes. Fotolia TNS
A Texas man who acquired Zika virus while traveling to Miami in July returned home to El Paso with that city’s first case of the infectious disease. The man, who was not identified, traveled to Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, the only area in the continental United States identified by health officials as having active transmission of Zika by mosquitoes. Fotolia TNS

No new local Zika cases in Florida, but travel-related infections rise

August 16, 2016 12:37 PM