The number of San Joaquin County Jail inmates being treated for the H1N1 virus is now at 20, public health officials said Friday.
None of the inmates have actually tested positive for the virus, but other flu types have been ruled out, said County Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Furst. The lack of confirmation is due to an overwhelming number of cases of H1N1, also known as swine flu, so California does not have the resources to test every sample, she said.
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