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Latest swine flu Count in Texas: 28

DALLAS (AP) - There are two more cases of H1N1 formally know as Swine Flu in Texas.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that the two newly confirmed cases bring the state total to 28 so far. There are 146 confirmed cases nationally.

The Texas Department of State Health Services reports that the new cases are in Denton County and Harris County.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has

confirmed 28 cases of swine flu in Texas. The count includes a

Mexico City boy who died in Houston but isn't in the

county-by-county breakdown:

- Guadalupe County: 9

- Dallas County: 6

- Tarrant County: 5

- Starr County: 2

- Cameron County: 1

- Comal County: 1

- Denton County: 1

- Fort Bend County: 1

- Harris County: 1

Ktre has adopted the World Health Organization (WHO) standards of refering to  Swine Flu as scientific name H1N1

Source: Texas Department of State Health Services

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