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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana health officials confirmed the first case of the Zika virus in the state.
The officials say it was a non-pregnant resident who recently traveled to Haiti.
The case wasn't severe enough to require hospitalization.
Jen Brown, a doctor from the Indiana State Department of Health, said the person from Indiana has made a full recovery.
She added that Indiana residents have a very low risk of contracting the Zika virus. She said her advice would be for pregnant women not to travel.
"My heart goes out to a woman who's pregnant and has a concern," she said.
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“I’m thankful for the work of the Indiana State Department of Health as they have tracked the spread of the Zika virus in Latin America and the Caribbean in the event it would arrive here in Indiana,” Governor Mike Pence said in a release. “Hoosiers can be assured that the Department of Health is working diligently to study the latest information on the Zika virus and will be proactively keeping Hoosiers informed in the weeks and months ahead.”
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