The number of human cases of swine flu has risen to 12 in Indiana.
The Indiana State Department of Health said at least 10 cases of variant influenza A, or swine flu, were tied to the Grant and Hancock county fairs.
29 pigs from the Grant and Hancock county fairs have tested positive for influenza.
One person developed the flu after having contact with swine at their farm.
Officials say that there is no reason to not go to a fair but you need to be careful.
Wash your hands, don’t eat or drink after going to an animal area, avoid face to face contact and if you have health problems, avoid direct contact.
Last year, Indiana saw 138 cases of swine flu.