Fourth case of swine flu confirmed in Cambridgeshire

THERE have now been four cases of swine flu in Cambridgeshire, the NHS said on Wednesday (May 27). The latest case was confirmed on Saturday (May 23). All four cases of swine flu in the county have been confirmed as cases of sporadic transmission . D

THERE have now been four cases of swine flu in Cambridgeshire, the NHS said on Wednesday (May 27).

The latest case was confirmed on Saturday (May 23).

All four cases of swine flu in the county have been confirmed as cases of 'sporadic transmission'.

Dr Liz Robin, Director of Public Health for Cambridgeshire, said: "The case of swine flu that was announced by the Health Protection Agency at the weekend has been investigated and has now been confirmed as a 'sporadic' case of transmission of the infection in the community. This means that all four cases of swine flu in Cambridgeshire are confirmed as 'sporadic'.


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"All four patients are now recovered.

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