Jamaica has recorded its first 'probable' case of Zika-related microcephaly. This was confirmed Wednesday afternoon by the Ministry of Health. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Winston De La Haye said the ministry received the notification on January 10 and is awaiting one final test before the case is considered conclusive. The case involves a baby who was born last month at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital. It is reported that the mother suffered from a fever as well as a rash, and is HIV negative. Up to late 2016, there were 742 notifications of pregnant woman with the Zika virus; there were 627 suspected cases, while 77 expectant mothers were confirmed to have the virus.