The announcement Wednesday by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment raises the state total to 28.
The latest group includes two children in Wyandotte County, two in Johnson County and a Geary County child who has been hospitalized. Fort Riley officials said the child belongs to a soldier whose diagnosis of having the H1N1 flu virus was announced Tuesday. The post says the family remains isolated from the community.
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