10 New Cases Of H1N1 Reported In Kansas

KSCB News - May 21, 2009 12:00 am

Ten new cases of the 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus have been confirmed in Kansas since the last update on Wednesday, May 20. Three new cases were identified in Geary County adults. Five new cases were identified in Riley County, three involving adults and two involving children. One new case was identified in a Saline County child. One new case was identified in a Wyandotte County child. Todayź??s announcement brings the Kansas total to 62 confirmed cases.

As of today, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has identified the following cases of the 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus in Kansas. In all cases, the local health departments are following the guidance provided by KDHE and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Confirmed Cases ź?? 62 total

Dickinson County ź?? Two cases involving adults

Ford County ź?? One case involving a child

Geary County ź?? 14 cases total involving eight adults and six children

Johnson County ź?? 11 cases total involving four adults and seven children

Ottawa County ź?? One case involving a child

Riley County ź?? 15 cases total involving nine adults and six children

Saline County ź?? Five cases total involving one adult and four children

Sedgwick County ź?? One case involving a child

Wyandotte County ź?? 12 cases total involving one adult and 11 children

 

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