July 22, 2024

TOPEKA — A case of the H1NI swine flu was confirmed Tuesday in Shawnee County. It’s the first case identified in that county. So far, the state has had 113 confirmed cases of swine flu. No cases have been confirmed in Franklin County although there has been three cases in neighboring Douglas County. Franklin County health director Midge Ransom said her department has checked some cases of the flu but none have been swine flu. She said that people should still be careful, wash their hands frequently and if they’re sick, to stay home.

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