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As cases of swine flu continue to spread across the county, there are still no confirmed cases in Central Florida.
Results are due back as early as Wednesday on nasal swabs that could change that claim.
A person who recently visited Walt Disney World, tested positive for influenza A, which falls under the umbrella of swine flu, but could also be another strain.
The swabs were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Jacksonville.
Florida Hospital and Dr. Ana Viamonte Ros, the state surgeon general, have denied the confirmation of a case of swine flu reported in Orange County by an Orlando media outlet.
Originally posted by worldwatcher
Good find, I knew it was a matter of time before Florida goes on the list.
We here like to be the limelight it seems... now let's just hope that 4-6 hour killer meningitis doesn't meet up with swine flu or that we find out it's transmitted by mosquitos, because I will seriously quarantine my damn self from everybody else.