Five more people have died in Indiana from the flu. Two of those were in long term care facilities.
Health officials are encouraging people to get vaccinated so they are protected from the flu.
More than 70 Monroe County residents are now infected with the virus.
The Indiana State Fair says pigs at several fairs around the state have been getting sick.
The swine barn is closed after a number of pigs started showing flu symptoms. Several people who came into contact with the pigs are also being tested.
The CDC raised Indiana's flu status on Monday from regional to widespread.
Health officials are reporting the first influenza death in Indiana this flu season.
October marks the start of flu season in Indiana and health officials say while H1N1 may not be an issue, the flu still is.
Officials at the Indiana Department of Health are advising Hoosiers to start getting their seasonal flu shots.
Health care providers in south-central parts of Indiana are rushing to administer the few shots of the H1N1 vaccine they’ve received.