According to public health officials villagers in the communities have assisted to help eliminate breeding sources of mosquitoes after the woman was found to contact the disease.
The woman showed no signs of sickness although laboratory test revealed she has contacted the virus, raising the total accumulated Zika cases in Chiang Mai to 11.
Health officials have confirmed nine of the 11 patients have recovered from sickness.
The two new patients are now quarantined and under close monitoring for five days, and will be discharged afterÂ completing the required 28 days of watch.
Health officials said the Zika patients show no sign of sickness, but the virus has been detected from blood tests.
Meanwhile, Thailandâ€™s Ministry of Public Health has joined forces with parties concerned to speed up the eradication of breeding sources of common house mosquitoes, the carrier of the fatal Zika virus.
The Ministry of Public Healthhas coordinated with the Ministry of Interior and military units for joint operations against breeding grounds of the common house mosquitoes.
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