218 Ashland kids absent with H1N1 sym...

218 Ashland kids absent with H1N1 symptoms in past 7 days

There are 1 comment on the The Ashland Daily Tidings story from Oct 9, 2009, titled 218 Ashland kids absent with H1N1 symptoms in past 7 days. In it, The Ashland Daily Tidings reports that:

The number of Ashland students with H1N1 flu symptoms nearly doubled in the seven days ending Thursday, district data shows.

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Ashland, OR

#1 Oct 10, 2009
Parents: Please keep your children home if they have any flu symptoms. I am not a student. I am an adult recovering from major surgery. Had to get out to the grocery store. In line behind me, at the checkout, a sick little girl. Coughing and sneezing.
Her mother encouraging the girl about the busy day
she faced ahead at school. Sad, that this mother could not find a sitter, or miss work to care for her child. Sad that I have H1N1. I survived a high
risk surgery; to be infected with this new flu. I am
"staying in"; as to NOT spread this to anyone else.

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