Florida Health has published its Department of Health Daily Zika Update for November 9. Excerpt:
As a result of a change in the CDC national case definition for Zika, the department is updating the daily Zika update to match Florida data published nationally.
There are six new locally acquired cases today. Five are Miami-Dade County residents and one is a non-Florida resident. The department is investigating to determine where exposure occurred.
Additionally, there is one new case in a Florida resident who had traveled to Miami and to an area outside of Florida with widespread Zika transmission. This case is being added to the undetermined category as the exact location of exposure is inconclusive.
The total number of Zika cases reported in Florida as of today is 1,144.
The following is a breakdown of current cases. Note, these categories are not mutually exclusive and cannot be added together. The pregnant women category now includes travel, locally acquired and undetermined cases.
All categories include non-Florida residents. Non-Florida residents who acquired Zika in Florida are in the locally acquired category. Non-Florida residents who acquired Zika outside of Florida, but were diagnosed in Florida are included in the travel-related category. Please visit our website to see the full list of travel-related cases by county.
The numbers: 915 travel-related cases; 217 local cases (finally defined as local, not "non-travel-related"); 12 undetermined cases; 143 cases involving pregnant women.