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Texas Health Officials close school in an effort to stop swine flu

Texas Health Officials close school in an effort to stop swine flu
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In an effort to contain the outbreak of Swine Flu, health officials in the State of Texas have temporarily closed Byron Steele High School in Cibolo. This is effective immediately.

To read the whole article, see this School to Close and Other Flu Precautions Recommended news article on the Texas Department of State Health Services website.

“The purpose is to reduce the risk to students, staff and the community,” said Sandra Guerra, M.D., a DSHS regional director and the public health authority for Guadalupe County.

To discuss the current situation with the Swine Flu, visit the Swine Flu Outbreak thread in the Survivalist Forum.

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