Image by CDCImage by 20090504-swine.jpg Swine flu (aka N1H1) up close.
The State says that despite a calm onset of the swine flu in South Carolina that virus is still here and on the move.
Still, there remains no confirmed and only one suspected case of N1H1 in Charleston -- and all areas south of Columbia.
S.C. DHEC maintains a map that shows the spread of the virus in South Carolina.
Meanwhile, the official U.S. count has moved to 226 cases -- the fourth highest count in the nation.
To learn more about swine flu, it's spread in South Carolina, and preventative steps, see our Swine Flu archive page.