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CHICAGO (Reuters) - A rapidly spreading flu outbreak may quickly overload a U.S. health system already straining from hospital closures, cuts in public health funding, a nursing shortage and too many uninsured patients, health experts said on Friday.
Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
reply to post by spinkyboo
I wish it would quit raining here in the Mid West so I could see the chemtrails..........The clouds broke in one spot yesterday for about 30 and the chemtrails looked like a checker board...........
Its been raining here for over a week
This sickness is everywhere.........something is causing it on top of this swine flu issue.......
Our immune systems are being beat down...........
[edit on 1-5-2009 by Cloudsinthesky]
May 1 is the deadline for people living in FEMA trailers along the U.S. Gulf Coast to get out.
Hundreds of thousands of people lost their homes more than three and a half years ago when Hurricane Katrina hit, and thousands have lived in temporary trailers ever since.
Now FEMA says its program has ended; it's time for residents to find other places to live. But some have nowhere to go.