Two more people in Broward County have contracted the Zika virus, the Florida Department of Health reported Friday, bringing the total number of cases statewide to 93.
Both people were infected overseas, one in Colombia and one in the Dominican Republic, health officials said. Neither was a pregnant woman.
Florida has more cases of the virus than any other state in the nation. The county with the highest number of infections is Miami-Dade with 39, followed by Broward with 15.
Of all the cases confirmed in Florida, three are still exhibiting symptoms such as fever, joint pain and rash. Symptoms can last between a week and 10 days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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