Two more counties here in Eastern Carolina have their first confirmed case of swine flu.
The state Health Department says one case each has been confirmed in Duplin and Martin counties.
Several other counties have shown an increase in the number of their cases. Craven County now has 9 confirmed cases, Pitt with two and Wilson with two.
The state, which is only updating county figures now once a week, says 29 new swine flu cases have been confirmed statewide since last Friday.
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