Lubbock region has had five flu-related deaths since April - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/12/09

Lubbock region has had five flu-related deaths since April

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - New state numbers show the Lubbock region has had five flu-related deaths since April.

According to numbers from the Department of State Health, since September 20th, Lubbock County has had 19 people hospitalized with H1N1, with nine being admitted to an Intensive Care Unit.

The numbers also show that since April, five people in the Lubbock region have died from H1N1 - four in Lubbock County and one in Floyd County.

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11/12/09
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