Manatee County has reported its fourth case of Zika.
Out of 13 new travel-related cases of the Zika virus announced by the Florida Department of Health on Tuesday, Manatee, Monroe, Seminole, Escambia and Hillsborough counties each had one and Miami-Dade had eight.
There were also six new non-travel related cases of Zika announced on Tuesday, all in the Miami area, according to the Florida DOH.
Travel-related infections of Zika now total 634 cases, with 86 of those involving pregnant women, the DOH reported.
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Although Florida’s case numbers do not indicate widespread transmission, pregnant women are advised to avoid non-essential travel to two impacted areas in Miami-Dade County, which are Wynwood and Miami Beach, according to the DOH.