July 22, 2024

TOPEKA — A new case of the H1N1 swine flu was confirmed in Rawlins County in western Kansas Wednesday. It was the third case found in two days in western Kansas. The cases bring the number of swine flu for Kansas to 175. There have been no cases in Franklin County although there have been confirmed cases in neighboring Miami and Douglas counties. Franklin County health director Midge Ransom said that the best defense against swine flu and other diseases is good hand-washing.

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