Health officials have now confirmed 235 cases of swine flu in New Jersey and 113 probable cases.
Monmouth County has the most -- 29 confirmed cases -- followed by 27 in Essex and Morris counties and 26 in Bergen County. Meanwhile, no cases have been confirmed in the southern Jersey counties of Cape May, Gloucester and Salem.
No one has died from swine flu in New Jersey.
The World Health Organization has declared swine flu to be a pandemic -- a global epidemic. It says the disease has reached 74 countries and infected nearly 30,000 people, and there have been at least 145 deaths.