More cases of the Zika virus are being reported by the Florida Department of Health, including two new travel-related cases in Palm Beach County and one in St. Lucie County.
There is a new non-travel related case being investigated in Miami-Dade County.
That’s despite the fact that the Miami-Dade County mosquito control director says the insect's population is dropping in the Miami neighborhood health officials have linked to Zika infections.
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In all, the Florida Department of Health reported 14 new travel-related cases Wednesday. In addition to the ones in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, there were seven in Miami-Dade, two in Bay, one in Lake and one in Seminole.
The Health Department still believes active transmissions are only happening in the Wynwood area of Miami-Dade.
Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.