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State of Emergency in SE Florida

May 19, 2017

Government officials are recommending women that are pregnant or trying to become pregnant to avoid the area in and surrounding Miami-Dade county. 

The governor of Florida announced today that the number of cases likely caused by local Zika mosquitoes have risen to 14. The additional 10 cases of the Zika virus were discovered while doing the door to door testing that was done as a precaution over the weekend.

Of the 14 identified cases 2 are women and 12 are men - despite this update official do not expect a wide spread outbreak. 

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