ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - The Florida Department of Health announced that another two cases of travel-related Zika virus have been found in Florida.
One of the cases is in Orange County, the other is in Pinellas County.
That brings the total up to 107 cases.
Seven of those cases involve pregnant women.
Only five of those patients are still exhibiting active symptoms.
The Centers for Disease Control say symptoms can last between a week and five days.
There have been no locally acquired cases of the Zika virus in Florida.
For a daily update on the Zika virus from the Department of Health, click here.