The state now has five confirmed cases and 15 probable cases of swine flu.
The Florida Department of Health said Monday that a 7-year-old boy is the second confirmed Lee County case and a 24-year-old man in Pinellas County also has the flu. The department previously announced cases in Lee, Broward and Orange counties.
The department also said there are five probable cases in Hillsborough County, three probable cases in Miami-Dade County, two in Palm Beach County and one each in Alachua, Lee, Indian River, Okeechobee and Clay counties.
Meanwhile, some Florida schools are closed while health officials monitor the cases.
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