State has 66 probable cases of Influenza A, formerly called swine flul
Wisconsin has 66 probable cases of what the World Health Organization now calls Influenza A.
And that does not include over two-thirds of the 54 suspected cases in Milwaukee listed by health officials there.
The number of confirmed H1N1 cases in the Badger State remained at three Sunday. They were the first probable cases identified by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, two in Milwaukee County and one in Adams County.