Swine Flu Arizona: Policy of Closing Maricopa County Schools is Lifted, But 10 Schools Closed in Nogales
The most pressing question about the H1N1 "swine flu" virus now seems to be: Will the thing return this fall and kill millions?
Locally, the panic has ratcheted way down, with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health declaring on Saturday that new cases of swine flu would not result in school closures. The scare continued in other places, though.
In Nogales, ten schools will be closed for a week beginning today after a child caught the disease -- even though the kid ended up fine.
Officials should hear back today on the results of dozens of other suspected cases.
Confirmed cases worldwide stand at about 1,000.
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