A report by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control (DHEC) is shows the latest statistics of Zika virus in South Carolina.
As of July 5, 2016, there were a total of seven cases reported in South Carolina, all which were travel-associated cases.
Of those, six were in travelers who were infected abroad and diagnosed after they returned home.
One case involved a South Carolina resident who had sexual contact with someone who acquired the Zika infection while traveling abroad.
None of the cases involved pregnant women.
There were no locally acquired vector-borne cases.
Due to federal privacy restrictions, DHEC is unable to provide additional information concerning any individual, including details about physical condition, hospitalization, age, sex, and residence.