Jefferson County's top doctor says that although there are no reported cases of swine flu in the county, people should take common-sense precautions.
State health officials announced two confirmed cases in Colorado on April 30, with both patients expected to fully recover.
"(People should) take the precautions that we do with any flu," said Dr. Mark Johnson, executive director of the Jefferson County Department of Health and Environment. You can do certain things to prevent it."
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