Washington State University Officials Estimate 2,000 Cases of Swine Flu Among Student Population
The swine flu has wreaked havoc at Washington State University (WSU), where more than 2,000 students have come down with swine flu symptoms
since school started.
The campus has had seven confirmed cases of H1N1 since the classes began little over a week ago, and there is a strong possibility of many more cases coming to light.
Washington State University officials say more than 2,000 students have been sickened by swine flu during the first two weeks of classes on the Pullman campus.
But Saturday's football game between Stanford and Washington State will go on as scheduled.
School officials say there have been no deaths and no students have required hospitalization.