Authorities in Spain have confirmed the first case of a pregnant woman with the Zika virus in the country.
The woman, who was between 13 and 14 weeks pregnant, contracted the virus while on a recent trip to Colombia, the newspaper El Progreso reports.
The case brings the total number of people infected in the country to seven.
The mosquito-borne virus which is currently in over 20 countries was declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organisation earlier this week.
It is linked to around 4000 babies being born with birth defects.