Health experts watch swine flu trends as summer camps open
With child camps and summer school about to open, Wisconsin health experts are watching swine flu trends more closely than ever.
Milwaukee has had 700 new cases in less than a week, even though officials had expected the outbreak to slow down during the summer.
Chief medical officer Geoffrey Swain is not encouraging public places to disinfect their buildings but he says routine cleaning is a must. Milwaukee reported 2,618 cases of the H1N1 virus as of Thursday.