The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found no new cases in Texas in the past three weeks, the health agency announced Wednesday.
The Texas Department of State Health Services said in a statement that the agency was not aware of any confirmed cases of the virus in the state.
However, the statement said the agency is actively monitoring the situation.
The new case of the Zika virus has been reported in Austin, according to the Texas Department for Public Health.
It’s the first case in Texas.
The virus, which has no known vaccine, is spreading across the U.S. from the U, and has not been detected in the U .
S. in a single case since September.
It has also been detected overseas, including in Brazil and Argentina, where authorities have warned of the risks of contracting the virus.
In a statement on Wednesday, the CDC said it has detected a second case of Zika in New York City, adding that the second case is in a woman who is pregnant and has recently returned to the U.-States.
More than 100,000 people have been infected with the virus, including more than 8,500 in Texas, according a State Department report.
In the U., the Texas Tribune reported that a person who tested positive for Zika was given a dose of an experimental vaccine last week.
The person tested positive in Texas and was flown to the CDC for testing.
The state is also under pressure from Republican Gov.
Greg Abbott, who said Wednesday that he wants to hold a statewide Zika-testing site to ensure that residents in the affected areas are not exposed to the virus at a time when they are most at risk.