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Posted: 08/25/2016 - Officials say a second person in Palm Beach County, Florida, has contracted the Zika virus through a local mosquito.

Updated: 08/23/2016 - Governor Rick Scott says the Department of Health has identified a case of "locally transmitted" Zika in Pinellas County, but still believe that transmission is only taking place in Miami-area neighborhoods.

Posted: 08/22/2016 - Monday is the first day of school across Miami - where there are growing concerns about the Zika virus.

Updated: 08/19/2016 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott says officials have identified a second area of Zika transmission on the U.S. mainland.

Posted: 08/18/2016 - More than 650,000 Floridians receiving Medicaid in Florida are being told that after November 1st, they can only use big chain pharmacies to have prescriptions filled.

Posted: 08/16/2016 - Health officials say a Texas resident who recently traveled to an area of Miami where local Zika transmission occurred has tested positive for the virus.

Updated: 08/12/2016 - Officials have confirmed a second travel-related case of Zika in Leon County and residents in the Lenox Mill neighborhood are concerned.

Updated: 08/11/2016 - Governor Rick Scott says that the Department of Health has cleared four more blocks in the Southwest corner of what has become known as the "Zika zone."

Posted: 08/11/2016 - A person has been hospitalized after health officials say they contracted a brain-eating amoeba while swimming in Broward County, Florida.

Posted: 08/10/2016 - Miami-Dade County's mosquito control director says the insect's population is dropping in the Miami neighborhood health officials have linked to 21 Zika infections.