State Confirms a Dozen More Swine Flu Cases

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Health officials say New York state has 12 more cases of swine flu, bringing the total confirmed to 208.

Health Commissioner Doctor Richard Daines says the latest cases include six inside New York city, where the number of confirmed cases stands at 164, and six outside the city, including four in Westchester county.

The cases have been mild, with the symptoms resembling those of seasonal flu.


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