Kansas H1N1 Cases Hit 100

By: 13 News
By: 13 News

Topeka (WIBW) - State health officials confirmed two more cases of H1N1 virus Friday, bringing the total number in Kansas to 100.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the new cases are both in adults in Labette County. H1N1 has now been confirmed in 17 Kansas counties.

KDHE says the Labette County health department is following the guidance provided by KDHE when dealing with a confirmed case. That includes a thorough case investigation and management of the patients and those in close contact with the patient.

Confirmed H1N1 Cases in Kansas as of 6/12/09:

·Butler County – One case involving an adult
·Dickinson County – Two cases involving adults
·Douglas County – Two cases involving adults
·Ford County – One case involving a child
·Geary County – 25 cases total involving nine adults and 16 children
·Gove County – One case involving an adult
·Johnson County – 11 cases total involving four adults and seven children
·Labette County – Two cases involving adults
·Leavenworth County – One case involving a child
·Morton County – Two cases involving adults
·Ottawa County – One case involving a child
·Pottawatomie County – One case involving a child
·Reno County – One case involving an adult
·Riley County – 23 cases total involving 15 adults and eight children
·Saline County – Eight cases total involving one adult and seven children
·Sedgwick County – Three cases involving children
·Wyandotte County – 15 cases total involving two adults and 13 children


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