Mar 16, 2016 8:01 PM
CHANGING FAMILIES - The state's Department of Health and Human Services is now saying there are two confirmed Zika virus cases in New Hampshire.
A male has tested positive for the virus. Earlier this month, DHHS reported that a female resident had tested positive. It's been confirmed the female contracted the virus through sexual contact with an infected person.
DHHS says currently 99 Granite Staters have been tested for the Zika virus. Of those, so far only the two people have tested positive, but there are 62 tests still pending results.
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