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Government health officials warned pregnant women Monday to avoid a Zika-stricken section of Miami and get tested for the virus if they've visited the neighborhood since mid-June, after the number of people feared infected through mosquito bites in the U.S. climbed to 14 .On Friday, health officials announced four cases of Zika that they believe are the first ones contracted from mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland.CDC officials said they could not remember another time in the 70-year history of the agency when it told members of the public not to travel to a certain place within the United States.Florida health officials said they have tested more than 200 people in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties since early July. The CDC emergency team will help Florida officials investigate the outbreak, collect samples and control mosquitoes.More than 1,650 cases of Zika have been reported in U.S. states, nearly all the result of travel to a Zika-stricken country or sex with someone who was infected abroad.
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