Another jump in possible Wisconsin cases of the H1N1 flu strain.
As of Monday afternoon, Wisconsin was up to three confirmed and 102 probable cases of Influenza-A, also known as the Swine Flu. The number of probable cases is up from 65 on Sunday, although the number of confirmed cases did not increase.
Milwaukee County currently has the highest number of suspected cases, with 48 probable infections. There are also two confirmed cases in that area. The state's other confirmed case is in Adams County.
The State Lab is currently conducting a single test to determine which cases represent a "probable" H1N1 infection, with specimens then being sent on the CDC for confirmation.
Wisconsin remains under a public health emergency.