Ten pigs at a Jackson County, Mich., fair that showed signs of illness tested positive for swine influenza, and officials say swine exhibitors and their families, swine buyers, and fairgoers who visited the swine barns are at risk. Jackson County Health Department officials say anyone who might have been exposed to the pigs should watch for symptoms of influenza that arise within 10 days of exposure and be tested at the state public health laboratory.
Swine influenza confirmed in pigs at county fair in Mich.
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