BALTIMORE (AP) — Public health officials say a Delaware girl contracted the swine flu virus, apparently from close contact with pigs at a county fair in Maryland.

The Delaware Division of Public Health said in a news release Wednesday that the girl, identified only as under age 18 and a resident of Sussex County, has a mild case of H3N2v and is recovering.

READ MORE: Masks Required For All In Anne Arundel County-Owned Buildings, Unvaccinated County Employees To Undergo Weekly Testing

Delaware officials say the girl had contact with pigs at the Anne Arundel County Fair in Crownsville, Maryland.

The Maryland Department of Health said Wednesday that five people had been identified with the H3N2v after contact with pigs at the Anne Arundel County Fair and the Great Frederick Fair in Frederick, Maryland.

READ MORE: Health Officials Investigating COVID-19 Outbreak At Cecil County Fair

Swine flu had also been identified in pigs at the Charles County Fair in La Plata, Maryland.

Follow @CBSBaltimore on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook

MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Rises To 3.23%, 25 Hospitalized

(© Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)