MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Health officials say a fourth probable case of swine flu has been reported in Alabama.
State Health Officer Don Williamson said Friday that a child at Heritage Elementary School in Madison near Huntsville had been diagnosed as having a probable case. That's the same school where two 6-year-old kindergarten students were diagnosed with probable cases on Wednesday.
Williamson said there is no evidence that the illness has spread to other schools in the Huntsville area.
A Montgomery woman in her 20s has also been diagnosed with a probable case.
Williamson said none of the cases appear to be severe and the four people are recovering at home.
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