"The flu has arrived in Northern Kentucky, but hasn't yet seen in Southwest Ohio.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health reported Monday that there have been two cases in the state, with one each in Kenton and Jefferson counties.
Those laboratory-confirmed cases are the first of the season in the commonwealth, where flu activity is currently classified as "sporadic," the lowest level of flu activity.
Ohio Department of Health officials, who have found 11 confirmed flu cases, are using the same classification. None of the state's cases so far have been in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton or Warren counties..."
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