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Information on the Swine Flu

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Washington, D.C., Apr 30, 2009 | Jessica Mancari ((202) 225-6365) | comments

Recently, human cases of swine influenza infection have been identified in the United States and internationally.  As officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continue to investigate the swine flu and determine responses towards the outbreak, I have compiled the following information on swine flu for your use.  Please use the resources below to find the latest information on swine flu and what specific actions government agencies are taking to limit its spread, and steps you can take to help protect you and your family.

Key Sources of Information on Swine Flu
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)
PandemicFlu.Gov 


Swine Flu Questions & Answers
Preventing the Flu
Swine Influenza and You
Key Facts about Swine Influenza
Flu Terms Defined


Swine Flu Information for Key Individuals
Guidance for Clinicians & Public Health Professionals
Information for Travelers


Pandemic Flu Planning & Response
Families & Individuals
Workplace
Schools
Community Organizations
Health Care Providers
State & Local Governments


Stay Current on Swine Flu
Up-to-the-minute information from the CDC
Web
Email Updates
RSS
Twitter

 

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