At least one mosquito tested positive for Zika Virus in Florida, officials said on Thursday, after more than a month of testing mosquitoes in the Sunshine State.
The mosquito sample, taken from the area of Miami Beach, was the first sample of mosquitoes testing positive for Zika Virus in the United States.
In Tennessee, no mosquitoes have tested positive for the virus, but data compiled by the Wall Street Journal showed certain areas of Tennessee, including Nashville, are prone to Zika infected mosquitoes.
The mosquitoes that carry Zika Virus thrive in warm and humid climates, as well as urban areas.
The data gathered by the Wall Street Journal also examined areas with a high population density of child-bearing aged women due to Zika causing birth defects, and Davidson County has (continue reading at NewsChannel5)