County well-prepared to deal with new flu strains
Hubbard County officials have been meeting daily to fight the flu war - and even attended a seminar on a pandemic flu epidemic well before Mexican flu cases were known.
And while the H1N1 swine flu virus appears to be waning in Mexico, there is fear in North America the virus could spend the summer in a dormancy period and mutate into something deadly by fall.
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