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Swine flu hits Washington State Univ.

From staff and wire reports
September 8th, 2009

Washington State University is in the midst of a swine flu outbreak since classes started last month, with 2,500 people contacting student health to report flu-like symptoms and officials handing out flu kits around campus.


The number of cases of suspected swine flu dropped dramatically as students left campus over the Labor Day weekend, but school officials were closely watching the numbers Tuesday to see if this would rise as students returned.


Attendance at a Sept. 5 football game against Stanford was down, likely because of publicity about the flu, and the school took precautions that included placing hand sanitizer at concession...

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Swine flu hits Washington State Univ.

From staff and wire reports
September 8th, 2009

Washington State University is in the midst of a swine flu outbreak since classes started last month, with 2,500 people contacting student health to report flu-like symptoms and officials handing out flu kits around campus.


The number of cases of suspected swine flu dropped dramatically as students left campus over the Labor Day weekend, but school officials were closely watching the numbers Tuesday to see if this would rise as students returned.


Attendance at a Sept. 5 football game against Stanford was down, likely because of publicity about the flu, and the school took precautions that included placing hand sanitizer at concession...

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