MIAMI - The Florida Department of Health announced four new non-travel-related cases of the Zika virus on Tuesday.
All of the cases are in Miami-Dade County, although it is unclear where within the county the exposure occurred.
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According to health officials, one of the newly infected people is not a Florida resident.
The Florida Department of Health also announced five new travel-related cases in the state. Two of those cases are in Miami-Dade County, one is in Osceola County, one is in Clay County and the last case involves a pregnant woman.
There are a total of 904 total infections in the state, 91 of which involves women who are pregnant.
Health officials said the ongoing transmission is only taking place in Miami-Dade County within the identified "Zika zone" on Miami Beach.
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