Frontline staff at the Leicester Royal Infirmary have been vaccinated after a swine flu outbreak on a children's ward.
Six children at the hospital were found to have contracted swine flu and have been treated with anti-viral medication.
Three remain in isolation but the ward affected has reopened. One patient has been discharged and two others transferred to other wards.
Bosses at the Leicester Royal Infirmary have confirmed to ITV News that six children have been treated for Swine Flu.
All of those affected are said to be recovering, but three remain in isolation
When the outbreak occured, Ward 12, was closed but reopened on Tuesday 18th February.
A woman is in a critical but stable condition at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester after contracting a form of swine flu.
Jennifer Scott, who is 27 and from Sanquhar in Dumfriesshire, was transferred by helicopter from Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary earlier this week.
The Scottish Sun reports Ms Scott was pregnant and collapsed during her mother's funeral, adding that doctors performed an emergency caesarian section before Ms Scott was airlifted to Leicester.