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Four new cases of Swine Flu reported in Jones County

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JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -  The Mississippi State Department of Health officially confirmed four cases of H1N1 Swine Flu in Jones County this week, and there are reports of others.  

The owner of the Kidd Kingdom Learning Center in Glade said one of their students was diagnosed with swine flu this week.

The owner said the daycare has been cleaned properly and it is ok for parents to continue to bring their toddlers to school.

The Pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Glade Cary Kimberell said about eight youth from his church and eight youth along with several adults from Pecan Grove Baptist Church in Ellisville became sick at a youth camp near Fort Payne, Ala. T

he pastor said doctors have speculated some of the youth have swine flu, but no blood tests have been taken to confirm the speculation.

For a complete map of the spread of the illness in Mississippi, visit this link: http://www.healthyms.com/msdhsite/_static/14,0,334.html

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