No rise in swine flu cases

There has been no increase in the rate of swine flu cases reported since the reopening of the schools.

The Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan says the majority of cases are in the under-35 age group.

An equal number of men and women are affected and just over two-in-five of those affected have other underlying health problems.

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