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October 09, 2009

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A. Modlin

I would like to mention, that they are concidering all cases that come into the clinic H1N1 and treating them as such. They are not TESTING for the H1N1 Virus. I have had Half of my family into the clinic and was told they are doing no Testing, everyone is concidered to have H1N1.

John Larson

In addition to frequent washing of hands, people should avoid touching their face (eyes, nose and mouth) to avoid spread or becoming infected. This is so basic and universal, and is rarely mentioned in prevention notices.

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