Wednesday, February 21, 2024


Sixth Swine Flu Death Confirmed in New Jersey

By Herald Staff

TRENTON– While Cape May County is one of only two counties state wide to be spared from the spreading Swine Flu pandemic, state Department of Health and Senior Services confirms a 40 year-old Bergen County woman to be the sixth Swine Flu fatality in New Jersey on Tuesday, June 30.
The five others in New Jersey who have died from the H1N1 virus include a 79-year-old Hudson County woman, a 36-year-old Union County man, a 15-year-old Somerset County boy, a 10-year-old Sussex County boy and a 49-year-old northern New Jersey man.
There are 609 confirmed cases of swine flu in every New Jersey county but Salem and Cape May.

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