Florida officials said Friday that there is a "high likelihood" that the first cases of Zika virus being transmitted by mosquitoes in the continental United States have occurred. Mosquitoes transmitting Zika in the U.S., what is known as "local transmission," could be a turning point for the virus, though one that health officials have long expected. Before now, all of the cases in the U.S. have occurred when people contracted the virus abroad and then returned to the U.S. "At this time, the department believes that active transmission of the Zika virus is occurring in one small area in Miami-Dade County, just north of downtown," the Florida Department of Health said. Officials say that the four cases so far are not enough to warrant pregnant women avoiding travel to the area. The department said officials are going door to door to conduct outreach in the affected area. While no mosquitoes have been found that have tested positive for Zika, officials said their investigation has concluded that local transmission by mosquitoes is the likely cause of the four cases. Remember when ZIKA showed up in 2015 in Brazil after scientist released the ZIKA infected mosquito out into the world purposely? This is likely what has happened in Florida, scientist have likely released it on the public in the state of Florida. Bugs are a rare occurrence out in the open ocean, I would know I was in the navy and out at sea bugs were non existent. So two things come to mind either ZIKA mosquitoes were released by GMO scientist in Florida, or someone allowed them to travel by plane into the United States. So if your thinking about traveling to Florida soon, you might want to rethink it or take the proper precautions if you do go to Florida. It looks like the Rockafeller's depopulation bug has now hit the United States.