The hysteria over swine flu may have ended, but the symptoms remain. The mutated flu virus has claimed a second New Yorker, a woman in her 50s with an "underlying medical condition," the Daily News reports. Thus far, few details have emerged about the latest victim of the H1N1 virus, though it is known that she hailed from Queens, the epicenter of the outbreak in New York. She is the tenth fatality attributed to the bug in the U.S. Overall, there are 6,552 confirmed cases of swine flu in the nation. In a clear sign that people are much more at ease with virus, a New York health official said, "If you are sick right now with the flu, it's likely you have the H1N1 virus."