A total of 41 confirmed cases of the H1N1 virus are being reported in Texas, but still no reported cases in Texoma.
Here is a breakdown of the counties with the highest numbers of cases:
Collin County: 1
Dallas County: 7
Denton County: 1
Fort Bend County:3
Guadalupe County: 9
Harris County :2
Starr County: 2
Tarrant County :5
There are a total of 286 cases across the U.S., including the death of one child.
So far in Grayson, Cooke, Fannin, Lamar, and Montague counties there have been no confirmed cases of H1N1.
As a precaution, local health departments encourage people to wash their hands frequently, and if you feel sick to stay at home.
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