As flu virus spreads, solid details get out slower
May 3, 2009 | Posted by: The Associated Press | Full story: The Associated Press
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) _ Parents wondered who to blame when two neighboring schools in their small central Minnesota town closed because one school had a probable case of swine flu.
Was the virus introduced by a staff member at the cafeteria both student bodies use? Was the patient possibly some student who could have picked up the bug on a spring break trip?
Most swine flu hits children in school. Must be something in common. Food has to be the culprit. Have the dummies in charge of trying find the cause check out all food vendors to schools.
And you'll find the cause. DUH!
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