ATLANTA (AP) - Federal health officials have confirmed two more
cases of swine flu in Georgia.
Doctor Elizabeth Ford, head of the state Division of Public
Health, said Tuesday that a 3-year-old boy from Cobb County and a
36-year-old pregnant woman from DeKalb County have tested positive
for the H1N1 virus.
Ford said the toddler has a family member living in his house
who recently traveled to Mexico. She said all members of the family
are displaying flu-like symptoms and have been treated with
anti-viral drugs, including a 2-month-old child and a 2-year-old
State health officials are unsure how the DeKalb County woman
contracted the virus. Ford said the woman, her husband and
8-year-old child have all declined anti-viral drugs.
Ford said both families are on voluntary quarantine at their
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