By Emily Turner

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A new map released by the Centers for Disease Control places the Bay Area in the potential hot zone for the spread of the Zika virus.

Expectant mother Adina Blair is ready for baby number two – not only because she’s excited to meet her, but also because she’s ready to be done with the threat of the Zika virus.

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“It’s frightening. I thought was something I never needed to worry out, so yeah, terrifying.”

Originally, the virus-carrying-mosquitos were supposed to be contained in the southern Gulf States and parts of the southwest and southern California. But, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated their maps based on new scientific information Thursday. Possible areas of contraction now include the Midwest, New England, and reach farther north in California, encompassing the Bay Area.

“Temperatures are becoming warmer in our areas. These are also an invasive species, and once they are in an area they are very hard to eradicate,” Nizza Sequeria of Marin-Sonoma Vector Control said.

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So far, the species of mosquito that carries the Zika virus hasn’t arrived in the area, but according to the CDC’s map, that doesn’t mean it won’t. And, that has women like Adina on edge.

“Luckily I’m due soon, but if I wasn’t id be upset. I’ll definitely tell my girlfriends,” she said.

Marin Sonoma vector control is on alert as well.

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There’s not much they can do until the species shows up, but they are keeping a look out for when, and if they do.