WASHINGTON (AFP) - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton canceled her appointments Monday laid low by her allergies, an official said, stressing she was not suffering from swine flu. She does not have the flu, just a bit under the weather, said State Department spokesman Robert Wood. She will be back tomorrow. She is suffering from allergies. Clinton had been due to meet with Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt as well as his Armenian counterpart Edouard Nalbandian. Both meetings have been rescheduled for Tuesday. The US top diplomat travelled to Mexico, the epicentre of the swine flu outbreak, in late March. And the White House said last week that one member of a delegation which accompanied President Barack Obama to Mexico last month had caught the A(H1N1) virus, but had recovered. According to official US figures, there are 226 confirmed cases of swine flu across more than half of the nations 50 states.