While thousands of H1N1 vaccinations have been given out in the past few weeks, many Kentuckians are still getting sick with the virus.
But health officials say the situation is getting better in some areas, including Fayette County.
Sherelle Roberts reports on the latest information from state health officials.
Health officials say it was Western Kentucky that was hit especially hard when H1N1 first hit.
Now it's Eastern Kentucky.
Health officials there say they are overrun.
Health officials in Central Kentucky say waves of H1N1 come and go.
They say numbers might be leveling off here, they are not increasing right now.
Doctors aren't seeing as many cases as they were in October, but that can change.
H1N1 in Kentucky is still considered widespread.