On Wednesday, Canada reported its first case of Zika virus in the country’s capital, Ottawa.
More than 7,500 people in the capital have tested positive for the virus, including more than 5,000 people with symptoms, according to the Canadian Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
The number of confirmed cases has climbed to more than 100.
The new case is the first confirmed case in the city since the first cases were confirmed in March.
The province of Manitoba, which also reported a case on Wednesday, also reported two more cases on Wednesday.
They’re both in Winnipeg, where a man was hospitalized with fever and mild symptoms and another woman was in hospital with the flu.
Both are in stable condition.
There have been no confirmed cases in Montreal, which reported two cases.
The province said on Thursday that the two cases in the province were in the community, not in the hospital.
There’s no data yet on how many people have contracted Zika and how many have died.