Seven people in Connecticut have contracted the Zika virus and the state Department of Health has put is sharing information with the public online to provide local statistics and other information about the virus.
The website, which will be updated every Wednesday, includes testing results for the Zika tests and Flaviviruses, including Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika, as well as where the patients traveled.
Health officials said patients who test positive for a Flavivirus could have been exposed to Zika, but the test results were unable to distinguish between Zika and the other Flaviviruses.
As of May 24, one person who traveled to Colombia, four people who traveled to the Dominican Republic, one person who traveled to Honduras and one person who traveled to Puerto Rico have tested positive for Zika virus. Two of the patients are pregnant.
One person who traveled to Aruba, one person who traveled to Brazil, one person who traveled to Colombia, one person who traveled to El Salvador, two people who traveled to Haiti and one person who traveled to Mexico tested positivefor possible flavivirus. Five of the seven people who tested positive are pregnant.