WILMINGTON, Del. - May 2, 2009 (WPVI) -- Delaware Division of Public Health has updated of the cases of H1N1 in the state.
On Saturday, six more cases of swine flu were confirmed in the University of Delaware, bringing the total to 10 confirmed cases.
Two non-UD students have probable cases of H1N1.
One is a student at Baltz Elementary School in Elsmere. Based on the advice of Delaware public health officials, and current guidelines from the CDC, Baltz will be closed on Monday and likely for some period of time after that.
The other student attends First State School, a school of 15 students with special health conditions on the campus of Wilmington Hospital. After consulting with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state public health officials are recommending the school remain open because the students receive medical care at the school. While there is no causal link, students from UD were present at a First State School event Friday, April 24.
Both schools are part of the Red Clay School District. READ MORE