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CASE COUNT CORRECTION: CDC H1N1 Flu Website Situation Update, July 2, 2009



Title: CASE COUNT CORRECTION: CDC H1N1 Flu Website Situation Update, July 2, 2009

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CORRECTION: Totals for states/territories, cases, and deaths were incorrect in the table in the email message sent at 2:53 PM ET. The correct totals are provided in the table below.

NOTE: This week's update sent a day early due to the July 3, 2009 Federal Holiday.

Situation Summary

CDC continues to take aggressive action to respond to the outbreak. CDC’s response goals are to reduce the spread and severity of illness, and to provide information to help health care providers, public health officials and the public address the challenges posed by this new public health threat.

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U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection

As of 2:30 PM ET on July 2, 2009, CDC is reporting 33,902 confirmed and probable cases and 170 deaths in 53 states and territories (including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands):

States and
Territories
Confirmed and Probable Cases Deaths
States
Alabama
330 cases
0 deaths
Alaska
60 cases
0 deaths
Arkansas
42 cases
0 deaths
Arizona
761 cases
10 deaths
California
1985 cases
21 deaths
Colorado
136 cases
0 deaths
Connecticut
1247 cases
6 deaths
Delaware
316 cases
0 deaths
Florida
1302 cases
5 death
Georgia
118 cases
0 deaths
Hawaii
616 cases
0 deaths
Idaho
92 cases
0 deaths
Illinois
3166 cases
13 deaths
Indiana
267 cases
0 deaths
Iowa
92 cases
0 deaths
Kansas
117 cases
0 deaths
Kentucky
130 cases
0 deaths
Louisiana
183 cases
0 deaths
Maine
82 cases
0 deaths
Maryland
591 cases
1 death
Massachusetts
1308 cases
3 deaths
Michigan
484 cases
7 deaths
Minnesota
576 cases 
1 death
Mississippi
161 cases
0 deaths
Missouri
65 cases
1 death
Montana
67 cases
0 deaths
Nebraska
111 cases
0 deaths
Nevada
301 cases
0 deaths
New Hampshire
224 cases
0 deaths
New Jersey
1159 cases
9 deaths
New Mexico
232 cases
0 deaths
New York
2499 cases
44 deaths
North Carolina
255 cases
2 deaths
North Dakota
57 cases
0 deaths
Ohio
120 cases
1 death
Oklahoma
128 cases
1 death
Oregon
366 cases
4 deaths 
Pennsylvania
1748 cases
4 deaths
Rhode Island
158 cases
1 death
South Carolina
160 cases
0 deaths
South Dakota
29 cases
0 deaths
Tennessee
174 cases
0 deaths
Texas
3991 cases
17 deaths
Utah
920 cases
10 deaths
Vermont
49 cases
0 deaths
Virginia
191 cases
1 death
Washington
588 cases
4 deaths
Washington, D.C.
33 cases
0 deaths
West Virginia
154 cases
0 deaths
Wisconsin
5861 cases
4 death
Wyoming
81 cases
0 deaths
Territories
Puerto Rico
18 cases
0 deaths
Virgin Islands
1 case
0 deaths
CORRECTED TOTALS
TOTAL (53)
33,902 cases 
170 deaths

NOTE: Because of daily reporting deadlines, the state totals reported by CDC may not always be consistent with those reported by state health departments. If there is a discrepancy between these two counts, data from the state health departments should be used as the most accurate number.

For more information, see the CDC H1N1 Flu website.

International Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection

For information about the global situation, see the World Health Organization website.

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