30 more Kentuckians die from flu, raising season total to 128

Thirty more people died from influenza in Kentucky during the week ended Feb. 10, the last one for which figures have been compiled. That was 10 more deaths than the previous week, and nine more than the highest weekly toll of 21, recorded in two consecutive weeks in January. The flu is now known to have killed 128 people in Kentucky during the current flu season, four of them children.

Kentucky had 1,023 new laboratory-confirmed flu cases from Feb. 4 through 10, a big increase from the 660 confirmed cases in the previous week. The total for the season is 6,287. Of that number, 5,125 have been Type A and 1,144 have been Type B.

All regions of the state except Lexington and Lake Cumberland reported increased flu activity during the week. Here is the state's detailed weekly report:

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