The number of infections has gone up by 28 since last week, including by five pregnant women, the secretariat noted.
The southern state of Chiapas accounts for the most number of infections at 57 people, according to the secretariat’s General Directorate of Epidemiology. It is followed by 52 in neighboring Oaxaca, four in the northeastern state of Nuevo Leon and three in Guerrero.
Five additional states have registered one Zika case each.
Among the general population, Zika poses little threat. Most people show no symptoms, and those that do suffer mild discomfort that ends in a week or less.
There is evidence that men can transmit the virus to sexual partners long after exposure and long after any symptoms disappear. Another study provided evidence that the virus may cause the Guillain-Barre syndrome, affecting the immune and nervous systems that cause non-trauma related paralysis.