UPDATE: H1N1 Kills Three In Midland And Odessa

UPDATE: H1N1 Kills Three In Midland And Odessa

According to officials, at least three people have died just this month alone from the H1N1 virus, also known as Swine Flu in the Midland Odessa area.
UPDATE: Midland Memorial Hospital officials say there have been six cases of H1N1 within a seven day period.

Five of these patients were treated and released while one person remains in stable condition.

UPDATE: Midland Memorial Hospital reports three more confirmed cases of H1N1, also known as swine flu.

Two of those cases were treated as outpatients, while one was treated and discharged.

They also say that the patient in stable condition from December 31 remains in MMH in the same condition as of January 2.

WEST TEXAS -- According to officials, at least three people have died just this month alone from the H1N1 virus, also known as Swine Flu in the Midland Odessa area.

Two people in Ector County died from the illness and one in Midland.

There is one other confirmed case in Midland, and officials from Midland Memorial Hospital tell us they are in stable condition.

Health officials say the best way to avoid H1N1 is to get vaccinated.

Midland Health & Senior Services is offering flu shots to everyone three years and up.

Medicaid and Medicare will be accepted as payment. 

The price for the shot ranges from $20 to $35.
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