The Zika scare in South Beach is in the books.

FOX's Eben Brown reports: 

The world famous South Beach neighborhood had been under a Zika transmission warning, and was last of the warning zones until today when that warning's been removed.

There' has been no active transmission of the virus for 45 days:

(Scott) "Tourist want to come here. People want to build their businesses here. This is an outstanding day and I'm excited to be here. And I'm excited that South Beach has no local transmission of Zika."

Florida governor Rick Scott warns the federal government needs to keep funding for a hopeful vaccine. Zika is blamed for thousands of babies with brain and skull defects born to infected mothers worldwide.

In Miami Beach, Eben Brown, FOX News.

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