OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - No cases of swine flu have been reported in
Oklahoma, but health officials want to get the word out about the
importance of being vigilant to the disease.
The Oklahoma Department of Health and the Tulsa Health Department scheduled news conferences for Monday afternoon to discuss monitoring, prevention and treatment of swine flu.
Cases of swine flu have been reported in New York, Ohio, Kansas, Texas and California. No one in the U.S. has died of the disease.
The state Health Department has asked Oklahomans to use caution when traveling to Mexico, which is thought to be the epicenter of the disease's outbreak.
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