H1N1 hits youth camp

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    90 ppl ended up either testing pos, or being assumed positive.

    Hear ye, hear ye...I went to infectious diseases training today given by the health department of this community...90 cases of Swine Flu.

    "A Christian summer camp for middle and high school students near Antelope, shut a week ago due to at least six cases of H1N1 swine flu, reported Friday it has gotten the go-ahead to reopen next Wednesday after a thorough cleaning of the facility.

    Young Life's Washington Family Ranch suspended its programs on July 26 when up to 30 campers showed flu like symptoms. Earlier this week, results came back from a state lab that confirmed six campers had the H1N1 flu strain, as expected."

    Summer camp hit by H1N1 flu gets OK to reopen - KTVZ.com Central Oregons News, Weather and Sports Leader -

    PS...they are no longer testing for or tracking it, unless you go to the hospital. It's so widespread, it's just "the flu". And the virus is mutating.
     
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