(CBS) — A tenth case of Zika virus has been confirmed in Illinois.

The Illinois Department of Public Health says this latest Zika case is a female who is not pregnant.

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As has been widely reported, the Zika virus has been linked to infants with microcephaly.

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Two of the cases previously reported in Illinois are in pregnant women. As of now, there are eight cases of Zika in females and two in males in Illinois.

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The health department says the patient with this tenth case of Zika had traveled to Haiti. A total of four of the 10 cases had traveled to Haiti. Other cases were connected to travel to Honduras, Colombia, El Salvador, Barbados, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands.