United States Summary Map of Swine Flu Cases


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California — confirmed — 11
Indiana — confirmed — 1
Kansas — confirmed — 2
Michigan — probable — 1
New York — confirmed — 45
Ohio — confirmed — 1
Texas — confirmed — 6

Information is a sampling of information gathered from multiple sources. Please check CDC.gov and individual state public health departments for official information and official counts. Stats on this page might not balance out on count.

COUNT UPDATES DAILY OR AS NEEDED …

April 28, 2009 update …

Swine Flu Cases, 5 in Imperial County California
APR 27 2009 — Five cases of Swine Flu reported in Imperial County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE] Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT cdph.ca.gov
APR 27 2009 — Five cases of Swine Flu reported in Imperial County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE]
Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT
cdph.ca.gov

Swine Flu Cases, 5 in San Diego County California
APR 27 2009 — Five cases of Swine Flu reported in San Diego County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE] Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT cdph.ca.gov
APR 27 2009 — Five cases of Swine Flu reported in San Diego County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE]
Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT
cdph.ca.gov
Swine Flu Cases, 1 case in Sacramento County California
APR 27 2009 — One case of Swine Flu reported in Sacramento County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE] Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT cdph.ca.gov

APR 27 2009 — One case of Swine Flu reported in Sacramento County California [LOCATION NOT PRECISE]
Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT
cdph.ca.gov

Swine Flu Cases, at least 28 confirmed cases in New York
In New York, Swine Flu cases are mild and isolated to people associated with St. Francis Preparatory School in Queens. New York officials increased the number of confirmed cases of swine flu in the ci…
In New York, Swine Flu cases are mild and isolated to people associated with St. Francis Preparatory School in Queens. New York officials increased the number of confirmed cases of swine flu in the city to 28 and said at least 100 additional people may have been infected.
Swine Flu Cases, 2 Cases in Dickinson County Kansas
APR 25 2009 — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) announced that 2 cases of swine flu confirmed in Kansas involving two adults of the same household in Dickinson County. Neither pe…
APR 25 2009 — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) announced that 2 cases of swine flu confirmed in Kansas involving two adults of the same household in Dickinson County. Neither person was hospitalized – one is still ill and being treated, and one is recovering.One person had recently traveled to Mexico, flying in and out of Wichita. Both persons work in Saline County and became ill with the same unique (H1N1) strain of swine flu that has been identified in Mexico, California and Texas
Swine Flu Cases, 1 case in Lorain County Ohio
APR 26 2009 — The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) confirmed a case of swine flu involving a 9-year-old boy from Lorain County. The patient is considered to have a mild case of the disease and is reco…
APR 26 2009 — The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) confirmed a case of swine flu involving a 9-year-old boy from Lorain County. The patient is considered to have a mild case of the disease and is recovering at home.
[LOCATION NOT PRECISE]
Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT
odh.ohio.gov


Swine Flu Cases, 1 probable case in Livingston County Michigan
APR 27 2009 — One probable case of Swine Flu reported in Livingston County Michigan [LOCATION NOT PRECISE] Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT michigan.gov/mdch
APR 27 2009 — One probable case of Swine Flu reported in Livingston County Michigan [LOCATION NOT PRECISE]
Updated 4/28/2009 1238 CDT
michigan.gov/mdch

Guadalupe County Texas
APR 28 2009 — Texas Department of State Health Services: Three cases in Guadalupe County near San Antonio, all three confirmed cases involve students at Byron Steele High School.

Indiana State Department of Public Health: Indiana Reports Confirmed Case of North American Human Influenza A (H1N1) — reflecting possible name change for Swine Flu.
APR 28 2009 — Unnamed University of Notre Dame student who had NOT recently traveled to Mexico is the first confirmed case of Swine Flu.

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