"H1N1 was declared a pandemic virus by the World Health Organization earlier this year," stated Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips, State Health Officer and Director of Health for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. "This means we can expect to find H1N1 in virtually every part of Kansas. Testing everyone with flu-like symptoms for H1N1 is no longer needed. What is needed is for people who are experiencing flu-like symptoms to stay home, rest and drink plenty of fluids so that they can recover without spreading the virus to others."
Kansas Department of Health and Environment - H1N1 resource page
You'll find a map of the virus transmission by County, list of symptoms to watch for, prevention tips, the state of Kansas' response, and Frequently Asked Questions about the H1N1 virus.
Centers for Disease Control - H1N1 resource page
You'll find a number of resources for different groups including:
Faith-Based and Community Organization Resources: