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Kettering swine flu case tests negative

KETTERING, OH (FOX19) - The Warren County Combined Health District has received confirmation from the Kettering Hospital that the suspected H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) case in Springboro has tested negative for H1N1 Flu.

The health department will continue to monitor for H1N1 virus in the community and respond with preventative measures to keep residents safe.

For additional information you can call the Ohio Department of Health H1N1 Flu Information line at 866-800-1404 or the Warren County Combined Health District Hotline at 513-695-INFO, 513-925-INFO, 937-425-INFO, or 513-261-INFO. You can also visit www.co.warren.oh.us/health or www.cdc.gov/swineflu.

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