The Zika virus, which caused a panic in Miami last summer, is back, but only in the form of one sexually transmitted case caused by a mosquito bite in another country, the Florida Department of Health reported on Friday. Although the patient has not recently traveled, officials said his or her partner had just traveled to several countries, including Cuba, which is still battling the mosquito-borne virus. The

couple lives in Miami-Dade County, but the health department did not specify where. Both partners tested positive for Zika. Though there is no evidence of ongoing, active transmission of Zika anywhere in Florida, officials are warning Floridians to take precautions if they or their partners have recently traveled. “If the department identifies an area where ongoing, active transmission of Zika is taking place, we will notify the public immediately,” the department said. CONTINUE