As it stated in The first Southern Nevada case of Zika virus disease not related to travel was confirmed this week in Clark County, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
A woman was tested Dec. 28, and results released Wednesday confirm that she tested positive for Zika virus disease.
This is the 20th case of Zika reported in Southern Nevada since March.
Zika virus disease is a typically mild illness most often transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.
The health district’s website indicates the virus was transmitted to the woman by sexual contact.
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As it stated in A woman has been diagnosed with Zika virus in Clark County.
The health district reports that Zika virus has not been found in the local mosquito population.
The other 19 reports of Zika virus in Clark County have been from people who traveled to Guatemala, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Martinique, American Samoa, Brazil and El Salvador.
The health district notes that the woman did not have a travel history to any countries affected by the virus.
According to the Southern Nevada Health District, the woman was tested for Zika on Dec. 28 and was confirmed to have the virus on Feb. 8.
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