Zika : second case confirmed in Sint Maarten

This case involves a Dutch Tourist from Netherlands.

On Sunday, February 21st , 2016 the second case of Zika was confirmed on Sint Maarten. This case involves a Dutch Tourist from Netherlands who arrived on SXM on February 3rd  

and departed on February 10th. The person was staying within the Dawn Beach Estates residence area. It wasn’t until February 13th, 2016, 3 days after arriving in the Netherland that the patient experienced symptom. Similar to the first confirmed case the person had also travelled to a neighboring island for the day prior to being diagnosed.
The first confirmed case concerns a person who was residing in the Saunders area. Upon diagnosis when the person is most at risk of being bitten by a mosquito and spreading the virus, the person remained at home and was informed and requested to use repellent in order to avoid mosquitos from feeding on their blood.
The Department of Collective Prevention Service (CPS) has also conducted a site visit in the Saunders area and identified five breeding sites in the surrounding of the patient:
1.    1Toolkit Lid  identified larvae
2.    2 Painting drum lid identified larvae
3.    1 Styrofoam container 
4.    1 Plastic plate identified larvae
5.    2 Soda cans fill with water Identified larvae
CPS has also visited the area of Dawn Beach however that report is still being processes.