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San Antonio Metro Health Investigates 33 Possible Cases of Zika Virus 

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The good news: no new confirmed cases. There are still just three confirmed Zika virus cases, and seven other possible cases returned negative test results.

The bad news: the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District continues to investigate possible investigations. There are now 33 people under investigation for possible infection, up from 26 in early March

The three confirmed cases were contracted by individuals who traveled abroad.

Learn more about Zika virus here

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