Four Novel H3N2 Cases Linked to Pigs in Indiana
CIDRAP News, Wednesday 25 July 2012

Four people who exhibited pigs at a recent county fair in Indiana were infected with a novel swine-origin H3N2 influenza strain, raising the number of such cases reported in the past year to 17, according to Indiana health officials.

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