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Mysterious U.S. Swine Flu Probe Widens as Mexico Finds Swine Flu *updated*

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:20 PM
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My heart goes out to you and your family at this time...


Take care, and thanks for your top 5! I hope to keep track and then in the end, we can all vote again to see which we think are top...(if everyone is interested!)




posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:30 PM
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Alberta culls 500 pigs in herd infected with swine flu


About 500 hogs have been culled on a pig farm in central Alberta where the herd was found to be infected with the new swine flu virus.

Authorities in Edmonton said the decision to kill the animals came after discussions between the producer and federal and Alberta officials.

They said it was the best course of action for the welfare of the herd and it eased overcrowding conditions on the farm.

The remaining herd of 1,700 pigs remains under quarantine. Health officials said because of the quarantine the producer was unable to ship hogs to market and, as a result, the farm had reached maximum capacity.


www.cbc.ca...



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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Possible Canadian connection in Japan's first cases of swine flu
www.cbc.ca...

Alberta farm quarantined due to flu virus culls 500 pigs to ease overcrowding
www.winnipegfreepress.com...



Cases of H1N1 Flu Virus (Human Swine Flu) in Canada


As of May 9 2009, a total of 280 laboratory-confirmed cases of H1N1 Flu Virus (Human Swine Flu) have been reported in 9 provinces and territories in Canada


www.phac-aspc.gc.ca...



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:39 PM
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The top theory I am favoring right now is an accidental release and they know, but have to keep up appearances by not letting all of the information out to the public in a coherent manner. And they know what is coming...

Mixed in ith that are thoughts that they truly know what is coming next and are so scared %$@#% -less that they are desparately trying to cover their tracks while keeping the information hidden.

Finally, also playing into this scenario somewhere is the possibility of terrorism, which also scares the snot out of them should the public find out before they can get thier ducks in a row....


Thanks for this poll idea! It's a good way for those of us without insider info to let air thoughts out.

have a peaceful weekend, the weather is beautiful and the bird are singing!
FMF



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:39 PM
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Hummm...interesting article. Seems with out a doubt that more pigs have died from this flu than people!

Any ideas on your top 5 conspiracy angles?



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:43 PM
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Great! Thanks! I was thinking that there have been so many contributors to this thread...we all like to have a voice and an opinion....

Thanks for you vote!



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:52 PM
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XOXO...you are welcome!
I would really love to hear the "official" take on this by ecoparity too...are you out there?



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:00 PM
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Hey guys nice information gathering! One thing to keep an eye on is the H2N3 virus (not sure if that is the right order am really tired.), there has been a few articles in closed circles that are suggesting it may be a mutation of the piggy flu....not good. But they are onto testing it all so, perhaps they will figure something out in the next week or two.
Also I am not doing much better yet. Been sleeping like mad and loading up on every get well thing on earth at this point! It just isn't helping as of yet and I am going back in again to see if they are going to put me on steroids and kick up the nebulizer treatments (breathing treatments of albuterol that is suspended in saline. Basically relives the inflammation and makes you cough till you get dizzy). As I am still sick with the bacterial bronchitis but have suddenly stopped being able to cough it out. Will let you know if I get any more info between sleeping and crawling around....


The persons who wrote earlier post's about being ill really need to keep an eye on their lungs as this first variant seems to be causing a massive load of lung infection whether viral or bacterial.
Mine has gone into 20/21 day intervals. So just be well and eat a really healthy diet as best you can and load up on fluids. Must get back to bed as I am getting dizzy



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:16 PM
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Hello

I am new to ATS but have been reading this thread since the pandemic started. You all have been wonderful keeping the "news" out there.

I joined so I could thank you all for your efforts and support the ongoing efforts.

Yes, I am someone that fears pandemics, BUT I think I had this one at the end of March. Woke up one morning with a temp of 102, body aching, adn coughing. By the next day I had so much mucas I could barely breathe without coughing. Went to my doc here in Northern CA and I was wheezing and my lungs were filling up fast! Pneumona in 24 hours! WOW, talk about fast!

So they gave me the Z pack, and two inhalers... one to open things up and the other to use long term (3 months). It took 2 weeks to get well enough to return to work.

I am no longer using the inhalers (either of them) but have them "just in case". So here I am wondering if it was the swine flu? Entire family got it. Everyone ok now.

As for my votes, since I have been reading... I agree with the Captain Tripps and I think that this was something that "escaped" from a lab. But they did not know of the missing virus until April. I do think that it escaped back in Feb. 2009.

I do not understand why they are not talking about the fly in the media (none of it) anymore. I believe it will come back, and it is here tostay for a couple of years.

I have stocked up so I and my family can survive about a month locked inside. Do you think I should get more???

Again, thanks for this thread and I hope it continues and that you will welcome me in!



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:24 PM
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I hope you get to feeling better soon; I had what I was told was a sinus infection that had me in bed every minute, when not at work, for two weeks. It was only Tuesday of this week when I finally snapped back to my old self..I was really getting worried. Had exteme fatigue, body aches,chills/sweating/no fever, no appetite, serious constant headache, lost 6 pounds, and just miserable for a long time.

So, maybe you are "rouding the bend"? Get some rest and stay away from anyone who looks like they could infect you with more germs. Hang in there and glad to see you are back here!-FMF



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:30 PM
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Welcome!!! Sorry to hear of your illnes, and if I had x money to bet, I would say you all had the H1N1 flu. Sure sounds like it to me..

I also feel like this was a "nasty mistake" that got away and they are trying desparately to keep it on the down low until they can figure out what to do next...and, they know what is coming down the road.

I think anything you have stocked up on will be helpfu. But if you're like me, it is never enough!
Thanks, FMF



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:53 PM
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Good Day All !

I had to take a break...Max Re-Gen was required and my poor back has been acting up the past few days as well...

Sooo I 'll go back between the 12-24 Hrs and ATTEMPT to "Ketchup"


Monterey Californai, USA: 5 confirmed, 5 probable. Source: California Dep. of Pub. Health Date: 10 May 2009, 06:42 GMT3 minutes ago from twitterfeed

Madera California, USA: 1 probable caseSource: California Dep. of Pub. HealthDate: 10 May 2009, 06:30 GMT3 minutes ago from twitterfeed

Calaveras California, USA: 1confirmed Source: California Department of Public Health Date: 10 May 2009, 06:13 GMT32 minutes ago from twitterfeed

Amador City California, USA: 1 confirmed Source: California Department of Public Health Date: 10 May 2009, 06:37 GMT32 minutes ago from twitterfeed

Alameda California, USA: 3 confirmed, 6 probable. Source: California Department of Public Health Date: 10 May 2009, 06:37 GMT32 minutes ago from twitterfeed

Ada Idaho, USA: 2 probable cases of H1N1.An infant girl and a teenage girl. Neither were hospitalized and both are recovering at home. so..about 2 hours ago from twitterfeed

Placemark 42: 1 probable caseSource: kiviTime: 04:40:23 Friday May 1, 2009 in GMTabout 2 hours ago from twitterfeed

Skien, Norway: 1confirmed case. Source: Helsedirektorate ,Intasanomat Date: 9 May 2009, 04:13 GMTabout 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Oslo, Norway: 1confirmed case. Source: Helsedirektorate ,Intasanomat Date: 9 May 2009, 04:13 GMTabout 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Minnehaha County, South Dakota, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: South Dakota Health Dept, Argus Leader Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Suffolk County, New York, USA: 9 confirmed cases. Source: New York State Health Dept. (PDF Map) Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Nassau County, New York, USA: 11 confirmed cases. Source: New York State Health Dept. (PDF Map) Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Westchester County, New York, USA: 3 confirmed cases. Source: New York State Health Dept. (PDF Map) Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Orange County, New York, USA: 3 confirmed cases. Source: New York State Health Dept. (PDF Map) Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Lewis County, New York, USA: 1 confirmed cases. Source: New York State Health Dept. (PDF Map) Date: 8 May 2009about 3 hours ago from twitterfeed

Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Kay County, Oklahoma, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Seminole County, Oklahoma, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA: 6 confirmed cases. Source: Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Ottawa County, Kansas, USA: 1 confirmed case. Sources: Kansas Dept. of Health, CJ Online Date: 9 May 2009, 16:30 GMTabout 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Whatcom County, Washington, USA: 2 confirmed cases. Source: Washington State Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Skagit County, Washington, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Washington State Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Pierce County, Washington, USA: 5 confirmed cases. Source: Washington State Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Thurston County, Washington, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Washington State Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Clark County, Washington, USA: 2 confirmed cases. Source: Washington State Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Wise County, Texas, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Date: 9 May 2009about 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Taylor County, Texas, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Date: 9 May 2009about 5 hours ago from twitterfeed

Strasbourg, Alsace, France: 2 confirmed cases. Source: AOL Actulite, [French (original)], [English (google translation)] Date: 9 May 20..about 6 hours ago from twitterfeed

East Midlands england: 1 Confirmed Case. Source: Department of Health England Date: 9 May 2009, 10:38 GMTabout 8 hours ago from twitterfeed

Hillsborough Florida USA: 6 confirmed caseSource: Florida Department of HealthDate: May 9 2009, 10:05 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Lee Florida USA: 3 confirmed case, Probables: 2Source: Florida Department of HealthDate: May 9 2009, 10:05 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Dade Florida USA: 2 confirmed case, Probables: 3Source: Florida Department of HealthDate: May 9 2009, 10:05 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Seminole Florida USA: 1 confirmed caseSource: Florida Department of HealthDate: May 9 2009, 10:05 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

San Jose, Costa Rica: 1 confirmed death. Source: AP Date: 9 May 2009, 17:45 GMT about 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Okechobee, Florida USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Florida Department of Health Date: May 9 2009, 09:46 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Indian River, Florida USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Florida Department of Health Date: May 9 2009, 09:46 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Queensland, Australia: 1 confirmed case. Source: Australian Government Dept. of Health Date: 9 May 2009about 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Clay, Florida USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Florida Department of Health Date: May 9 2009, 09:40 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Alachua, Florida USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Florida Department of Health Date: May 9 2009, 09:40 GMTabout 9 hours ago from twitterfeed

Marshall County : 32 Confirmed Case. Source: whotv.com Iowa Department of Public Health: PDF info 8/5/09 Date: 9 May 2009, 08:31 GMTabout 10 hours ago from twitterfeed

Elkhart County: 1 confirmed case. Source: Indiana State Health Department: ISDH Date: 9 May 2009, 6:120 GMTabout 12 hours ago from twitterfeed

Detroit Health District, Michigan, USA: 2 confirmed cases. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Wayne County, Michigan, USA: 3 confirmed cases. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA: 9 confirmed cases. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed :

Oceana County, Michigan, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

St. Clair County, Michigan, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Macomb County, Michigan, USA: 13 confirmed cases. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Kent County, Michigan, USA: 40 confirmed cases. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Kalamazoo County, Michigan, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Netherlands: Last update: 9-5-2009Total cases 3 confirmed Undentified region 1 confirmed case. source: RIVMLast update: 5/8/09 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Ingham County, Michigan, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Michigan Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 20:30 GMTabout 14 hours ago from twitterfeed

Stanton County, Nebraska, USA: 1 confirmed. Source: Nebraska Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Madison County, Nebraska, USA: 5 confirmed cases. Source: Nebraska Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Pierce County, Nebraska, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Nebraska Dept. of Health Date: 8 May 2009about 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Southwest Utah Health Dept, Utah, USA: 2 confirmed cases, 1 probable. Source: Salt Lake Tribune Date: 8 May 2009, 20:16 GMTabout 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Central Utah Health District, Utah, USA: 3 confirmed cases. Source: Salt Lake Tribune Date: 8 May 2009, 20:16 GMTabout 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Utah County Health District, Utah, USA: 3 confirmed cases. Source: Salt Lake Tribune Date: 8 May 2009, 20:16 GMTabout 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Weber-Morgan Health District, Utah, USA: 1 confirmed case, 1 probable. Source: Salt Lake Tribune Date: 8 May 2009, 20:16 GMTabout 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Salt Lake County Health District, Utah, USA: 18 confirmed cases, 1 probable. Source: Salt Lake Tribune Date: 8 May 2009, 20:16 GMTabout 15 hours ago from twitterfeed

Auvergne, France: 1 confirmed case. Source: Liberation, [French (original)], [English (google translation) Date: 6 May 2009, 16:22 GMTabout 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

Ile-de-France, France: 1 confirmed case. Source: AFP, [French (original)], [English (google translation) Date: 6 May 2009, 11:08 GMTabout 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

LK Ebersberg, Germany: 1 confirmed case.Male USA traveller.Source: Mainpost (english)Date: 2009-05-08 12:00 GMT+1about 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

Green County, Wisconsin, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Wisconsin Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Wisconsin Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

Dunn County, Wisconsin, USA: 1 confirmed case. Source: Wisconsin Health Dept. Date: 8 May 2009, 22:00 GMTabout 16 hours ago from twitterfeed

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:01 PM
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I'm sorry to hear about your loss. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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And...


#H1N1 case alert: Ottawa County, Kansas, USA: 1 confirmed case. Sources: Kansas Dept. of Health, CJ Online Date: 9 May ..about 4 hours ago from twitterfeed

Placemark 202:about 18 hours ago from twitterfeed

Hidalgo, Mexico: 99 confirmed cases. Source: NOTIMEX (News National Agency), (Note in Spanish) Date: 9 May 2009, 03:26 Local timeabout 18 hours ago from twitterfeed

Hidalgo County, Texas, USA: 15 confirmed cases. Source: Texas Department of State Health Services Date: 8 May 20098:19 PM May 8th from twitterfeed

Tokyo, Japan: 3 confirmed cases. Source: AP (english) Date: 8 May 2009, 10:16 GMT7:22 PM May 8th from twitterfeed

Swine Flu hits Hong Kong
blog.seattlepi.com...

Swine flu toll tops 50
4 hours ago
www.google.com...

Northern Alberta community wary after woman's death linked to swine flu
5 hours ago
www.google.com...

Alberta records four more cases of swine flu
www.edmontonsun.com...

Quebec authorities announce province's 16th case of swine flu
www.edmontonsun.com...

Ontario confirms 14 new cases of swine flu
www.edmontonsun.com...

B.C. reports 19 new cases of swine flu
www.edmontonsun.com...

H1N1 spreads from Ontario to Japan
May 9, 2009 9:45 PM
www.montrealgazette.com...

Govt. confirms nine new swine flu cases
7 hours ago
LONDON
www.google.com...

Health chief warns of more swine flu
www.news.com.au...

Key moments, decisions still to come in swine flu
10 hours ago
www.google.com...

Flu exposes flaws in Mexico's health care system
12 hours ago
www.google.com...

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:17 PM
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If you can afford to get more, then yes do it.

Welcome to ATS, hope to see you post often



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:18 PM
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3rd U.S. flu death reported in Wash. state
updated 1 minute ago
www.msnbc.msn.com...

A man in his 30s is the third person in the United States to die from complications of swine flu, Washington state health officials said Saturday.

The state Department of Health said in a news release that a Snohomish County man in his 30s with underlying heart conditions died last week with what appears to be complications of swine-origin influenza.

The man was not identified.
More at Links...


Costa Rica reports 1st death of man with H1N1 flu
Sat May 9, 2009 5:21pm EDT
www.reuters.com...

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (Reuters) - Costa Rica's Health Ministry said a 53-year-old man died on Saturday infected with the new H1N1 flu strain, the fourth country to report a death of someone ill with the virus that has sickened more than 4,200 people around the world.

The man also had diabetes and asthma, Maria Trejos, a spokeswoman for the Health Ministry, told Reuters. Doctors at the Health Ministry said they would have to wait for autopsy results to determine if the death was from the flu or complications caused by his other health problems.

"His case was confirmed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention," Trejos said, adding the Central American country now had eight confirmed cases of the swine flu strain, including the man who died.


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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:21 PM
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News 9 Oklahoma now at 17 confirmed.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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Hey Omega good to see you're ok and got some much needed rest


Sorry about your back, hope it gets better


I just stopped in to check the thread, my asthma's really bad today, nebulizer won't even work. I don't function very well when i can't breathe right


Take care



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:28 PM
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I hope all feeling bad, get feeling better soon...so far it's not in my County...on all sides, surrounded, but


Welcome to all new comers!!!

I TRY to stay on top of news and Intel on this, so, feel free to contribute as even I miss things


Sorry if a Re-Post...

Influenza A(H1N1) - update 23
9 May 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 9 May 2009, 29 countries have officially reported 3440 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection.

Mexico has reported 1364 laboratory confirmed human cases of infection, including 45 deaths. The United States has reported 1639 laboratory confirmed human cases, including two deaths. Canada has reported 242 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

The following countries have reported laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths - Argentina (1), Australia (1), Austria (1), Brazil (6), China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (1), Colombia (1), Costa Rica (1), Denmark (1), El Salvador (2), France (12), Germany (11), Guatemala (1), Ireland (1), Israel (7), Italy (6), Japan (3), Netherlands (3), New Zealand (5), Panama (2), Poland (1), Portugal (1), Republic of Korea (3), Spain (88), Sweden (1), Switzerland (1) and the United Kingdom (34).


San Benito California, USA: 1 Probable caseSource: California Dep. of Pub. HealthDate: 10 May 2009, 06:547 minutes ago from twitterfeed

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:33 PM
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Thank you for the welcome! Wow, Alameda, CA 6 definate, 6 probable. Right around the corner from me! Yikes!

Does anyone have any ideas about if you have had the H1N1 now, you may be protected later?

Also, seems that twitter is slowing down on the flu. Am I right?

Why is no one paying attention anymore? Sure will when it goes BIG!

MimiG



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