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Santa Cruz County Reports 2 New Flu Deaths

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    Empty vials of H1N1 vaccine sit on a table during a drive thru H1N1 vaccination clinic at Doctor's Medical Center November 5, 2009 in San Pablo, California. California public health officials say that shortages of the H1N1 vaccinations may make it imopssible to vaccinate people at risk of contracting the H1N1 flu. County health agencies across California have received less than 45% of the vaccines ordered.

    Santa Cruz County health officials reports two new flu deaths on Thursday, claiming the lives of two men - one younger than 30 and the other younger than 60.

    This brings the county total to three, according to health spokeswoman Laurie Lang.

    In the nine Bay Area-county region, a total of 34 flu deaths have been reported this winter season.

    2 Counties Report New Flu Deaths

    [BAY] 2 Counties Report New Flu Deaths
    Santa Clara County health officials on Friday reported two new flu deaths, bringing the county total to 8 this season. Alameda County officials also announced a new death, bringing the Bay Area total to 31. Marianne Favro reports.

     

    • Santa Clara County - 10 deaths
    • Alameda County - 4 deaths
    • Marin County - 2 deaths
    • San Mateo County - 4 deaths
    • San Francisco - 3 death
    • Contra Costa County - 5 deaths
    • Solano County - 1 death
    • Sonoma County - 4 deaths
    • Napa County - 1 death

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