Child has Ill.'s first known H3N2v swine influenza case this year

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced that a child has developed the H3N2v swine influenza, a strain first seen in swine two years ago that caused four known human infections last year in the state. The child, who reportedly has mild symptoms, was exposed to swine at a county fair late last month.

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