published Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Swine flu confirmed at north Georgia camp

CLAYTON, Ga — State health officials have confirmed three cases of swine flu at a summer camp in north Georgia.

The Georgia Public Health Lab confirmed Thursday that three children at Camp Ramah Darom in Rabun County have tested positive for the H1N1 virus — with one child initially hospitalized and released.

Andrea Proser, a spokesman for the camp said 60 other children exhibiting flu-like symptoms have been isolated within the camp and are being treated for seven days as a precaution.

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