Tuesday the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) announced the deaths of two more people who were infected with H1N1.
A 44 year-old man from Kansas City died November 20th. He had underlying health conditions.
A 35 year-old man from northeast Kansas died the same day. He did not have any health conditions that put him at a greater risk.
21 people infected with H1N1 have died in Kansas.
By Eyewitness News (TOPEKA, Kan.)
KDHE reports a 75 year old man from the Topeka metro area has died from infection with the H1N1 influenza virus.
Health officials say the man had underlying health conditions that put him at greater risk of complications from H1N1.