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Two Schools Reopen, But State Epidemiologist Warns Of Many Swin...

There are 24 comments on the Hartford Courant story from May 1, 2009, titled Two Schools Reopen, But State Epidemiologist Warns Of Many Swin.... In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

There was encouraging news in Connecticut on the swine flu front Thursday - suspected cases in East Haddam and Wethersfield were ruled out, and schools there were due to reopen this morning.

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#27 May 1, 2009
Eddy Merckx wrote:
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You sir are a great person because you have proven with your statement that everyone in the world is smarter tan you.
He may be nuts ,but I think ill watch what eaterys I go to and fast food wont be on the top of my list
CT A

Bloomfield, CT

#28 May 2, 2009
Jane wrote:
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There are many things I could say about this assinine post, but I won't waste my words. Suffice it to say that I have flagged it as abusive.
Well said.

To avoid perpetuating moronic, abusive posts such as the drivel to which you responded, remove all or most of the test before you respond.
Jane

Ridgefield, CT

#29 May 2, 2009
CT A wrote:
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Well said.
To avoid perpetuating moronic, abusive posts such as the drivel to which you responded, remove all or most of the test before you respond.
He had another post removed as well. It apppears that he has some serious issues with children and women.
Jane

Ridgefield, CT

#30 May 2, 2009
sis wrote:
Why are we not using the true name of this flu: H1N1 INFLUENZA. It was nothing to do with pigs or Mexico. It may just of showed it uglier side in that country.
We got people going crazy and running scared. They are killing pigs in one country and people running around in mask that will not protect you at all. People wash your hands a lot. Do not sneeze without covering your mouth and nose. Take care of your self with good food and rest so your body can attack it. Common sense should be you phrase for this day not panic and fear.
They jumped the gun by naming it "Swine Flu" and now the name is sticking. Even now, some media are still calling it Swine Flu. I guess Swine Flu is a catchier name than H1-N1.

Too bad they renamed it H1-N1 too late to help the pig farmers world-wide who had to sacrifice all of their stock.

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