Officials say three pregnant women in Florida tested positive for Zika after traveling to countries known to be affected by the virus, bringing the state's total of confirmed cases to 32. Citing privacy, the health department did not disclose precisely where the pregnant women live. After the confirmations, Governor Rick Scott requested 250 extra Zika antibody tests from the CDC, which are not commercially available. The state has used 255 of them since Feb. 9. Scott's office said 1,195 are still available statewide. The CDC recently announced that 14 more cases of the virus are being investigated for transmission through sex.