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4 more patients with Zika virus symptoms tested in Dallas County

Health officials now say four people may have been infected in Dallas County on the Zika virus confirmed in addition to the two cases this week.

copies of the four patients after dispatch Centers for Disease Control & amp; amp; Prevention for the test. Four people have recently traveled out of the country, said Dallas County health director Zachary Thompson. He does not have any details about the patient, including the question of whether a pregnant.

An outbreak in Latin America caused warnings this week from the World Health Organization and the CDC for pregnant women not travel to the affected countries. Scientists studied a possible link to babies born with birth defects, with small heads and brains.

have confirmed that come the mosquito-born virus Zika Dallas on Tuesday, Health officials. Two people tested positive for the virus, and one of them may be contracted by sexual contact. Officials said, Patient 0 having sex with the patient 1 After returning home from abroad.

Patient 1 is the first person who acquired the virus in the US, and the case serves as an evidence that the virus can be transmitted sexually.

Thompson said both people recover from the virus. He stressed that the four new possible cases are all travelers. Thompson said that he does not believe there is any mosquito locally to have the virus, which is transmitted from humans to insects.

Thompson describes the virus as a ???? containedâ ???? local. Medical workers are screening people with symptoms of the virus and alert health officers from someone who has recently traveled to South America.

Although the outbreak is mainly limited to South American countries, there is no sure way to prevent more cases in the US of stop people from traveling completely

A ??? ? Shortly I donâ ???? t know what the solution is going to be, â ???? Thompson said.

GOV. Greg Abbott also has assembled a task force to determine how civil servants should respond to infectious diseases such as the Zika virus. Local city officials have been meeting weekly with mosquito control personnel. She started a public awareness campaign earlier than usual to encourage residents use mosquito repellent and drain any standing water where mosquitoes can breed.

???? We must now exercise that â ???? Thompson said. â ???? When mosquito season approaching ?? | we want to exercise our residents to make sure theyâ ???? weather mosquito breeding around their home. not ????

About 80 percent of people who acquire the virus will not ???? t show symptoms, and the biggest concern is for pregnant women. The Zika outbreak in Latin America is linked to a rash of babies born with microcephaly.

Zika WHO declared a global health emergency on Monday.

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