SEATTLE, Wash. - The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed 14 additional cases of swine flu in Washington, bringing the state's total confirmed cases to 23.
The state Department of Health released the new CDC results Wednesday afternoon.
Since Tuesday's update, 12 cases were confirmed in King County and two in Snohomish County.
King County now has a total of 19 confirmed cases, Snohomish County has three and Spokane County has one. King and Snohomish county health agencies say none of their confirmed cases is hospitalized. A Spokane County health official says the person whose case of swine flu was confirmed there has recovered.
State health officials also added 11 new probable cases on Wednesday.