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Flu cases: county-by-county breakdown

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Lucas County – The Lucas County Health Department says there have been 53 flu cases, including four deaths. Those are the first flu deaths reported in the county in five years.

Wood County – 48 cases of reported, with 11 confirmed cases of Influenza A over the past week. One of those cases was H1N1, which is a strain of influenza A. There were 52 cases during the same period last year. We're told, so far, it's been an average flu season. 

Sandusky County – Sandusky has had 87 positive influenza tests since September.  48 of those were in December.  There have been 5 hospitalizations since September.  Two of those were in December and one was in January.  98% were type A.

Seneca County – At this time, Seneca County has had no influenza associated hospitalizations recorded for this flu season.

Hancock County -The Findlay City Health Department says Findlay/Hancock County has had three hospitalizations of people with Influenza A since December 29.

Henry County - 95 cases were reported in December, two requiring hospitalization. 37 case have been reported so far in January.

Williams County - Since December 1, 2013 there have been 22 positive cases, of which 2 were hospitalized. More than 70 people have been seen for influenza-like illness.

Fulton County - In December, there were 83 total cases, 29 were Influenza A. There have been 30 cases so far in January, 18 of which were Influenza A. 

Paulding County - Paulding County has 5 confirmed cases of influenza which. One of those cases required hospitilazation. 

Ottawa County - The Ottawa County Health Department says they are just now starting to see an increase in flu cases.  They have had no hospitalizations at this point.  The numbers are tracked on the Health Dept. website: http://www.ottawahealth.org/index.asp?id=100.The week of December 22-28th Ottawa County had 30 cases.

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