Report: Second Kauai Resident Contracts Zika Virus in South Pacific

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West Hawaii Today is reporting that county health officials are saying a Kauai resident who recently traveled to the South Pacific contracted the Zika virus.

This is the 10th case of imported Zika in the state and the second travel-related case on Kauai this year, according to the report. Officials say Hawaii has no locally acquired Zika cases, and no mosquitoes are transmitting the disease in the state, according to the report. 

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