Someone got infected with Zika outside of a small Miami neighborhood, meaning the virus is no longer contained to a small part of the city.

The Florida Health Department said Monday that it found a new mosquito-borne transmission of the virus outside of a one-square-mile radius of the city. However, local officials still believe the virus is not spreading beyond that small area in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood.

Health officials have found 30 cases of local transmission of Zika, likely from mosquito bites. While cases have been identified in other areas such as Palm Beach, local health officials have said that the people got the virus while traveling in Wynwood.

The health department said there were two new cases on Monday of local transmission. One person got it in the one-square-mile radius, while the second infection was "located outside of the one-square-mile area."