The Fairfield County fair organizers are taking steps to ensure safety after the latest swine-related flu outbreak.
Officials are working with the Ohio Department of Agriculture to make sure risks of exposure are limited.
A 61-year-old southwest Ohio woman died after contracting the H3N2v influenza virus.
Federal health authorities report 288 cases of the strain this summer. The state health director said most of Ohio's cases have been mild.
He's urged at-risk groups to avoid swine exhibits and take other precautions. Those groups include young children, older residents, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems or other medical conditions.
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August 31, 2012 - 1st death linked to new swine flu is Ohioan, 61