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Map of the Day: Where Swine Flu has Struck

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Pink markers are suspect, Purple markers are confirmed, Deaths lack a dot | View H1N1 Swine Flu in a larger map

There have been plenty of suspect cases of Swine Flu in California, but only six have been confirmed, none of those Los Angeles County. However, health officials are investigating the first possible case in Claremont.

Various agencies say take precaution, just in case. That means practice good respiratory etiquette, stay home if you feel sick, wash your hands often and drink plenty of water!

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If you feel so inclined, follow the Center for Disease Control's emergency twitter feed.