The swine-origin influenza strain H3N2 may have developed the capacity to spread directly between humans. Previous cases of human infection with H3N2 have been traced to direct contact with swine, but there is no evidence that three Iowa children infected with H3N2 were exposed to swine. Experts believe that one child spread the virus to the other two at day care.

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