TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas health officials say the state now has 52 confirmed swine flu cases.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said today that three new cases, involving two adults and one child in Geary County, have been confirmed.
Geary County now has 12 confirmed cases, the most for any county. Behind that are Johnson and Wyandotte counties with 11 cases each.
The agency said there are now nine cases in Riley County; four in Saline County; two in Dickinson County; and one each in Ford, Ottawa and Sedgwick counties.
The health agency is updating its count each morning.
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