TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas now has 74 cases of swine flu.
The state Department of Health and Environment said Tuesday that four additional cases of the virus had been confirmed, two each in Riley and Geary counties.
Riley County has the highest number of confirmed cases, with 23, and Geary is second, with 17.
Eight other counties have cases. They include Wyandotte, with 12; Johnson, with 11; Saline, with five; and Dickinson, where the outbreak began last month, with two. Ford, Gove, Ottawa and Sedgwick counties have one each.
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