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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

NY Health Dept. Checking On Possible Swine Flu In Chatauqua

Possible Swine Flu Cases in
Chautauqua County

Swine flu might have hit Chautauqua County.

New York state health officials are testing samples taken from two people in Chautauqua County.

Officials haven't said from where in the county those samples were taken. Twenty-eight confirmed cases of swine flu have been found in New York State, all of them confined to a New York City prep school.

No cases have been reported in Pennsylvania as of Tuesday afternoon.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

This is an act of god, people need to dig down and pray, be in the lives of people who care. This will only get worse before it gets better. If you think about it, it starts in new york city, and it takes about 5 days for it to show any symptoms, How far can you travel in five days?? I say give it 2 days and there will be thousands reported and all 50 states.

Anonymous said...

Cover your mouth when you cough.
Wash your hands.
Eat well.
Exercise.
Get plenty of rest.
PRAY!

Anonymous said...

Most importantly...
If you are sick, stay home...
If your children are sick, make them stay home and you stay home with them...
If we limit the number of contagious people out there spreading it, we will limit the number of people affected by it...
Don't go out drinking, don't go to work, don't go to school, and avoid going to the stores or having any direct point of public contact...

If you or your children have it, keep it to yourself... You already will have to suffer with the symptoms, there is no reason why everyone else has to suffer with you...
If you must go out, avoid direct contact with people. If you sneeze or cough, do it into the fold of your elbow, not your hand. Wash your hands frequently. Carry antibacterial cleansers in your purse and use them frquently. If you are healthy, avoid touching objects that others that may be sick have touched (shopping carts, public telephones, gas pumps, money, ATMs, etc...) If you must use these items, carry latex exam gloves and use them or carry clorox wipes and wipe the object first...

An ounce of protection is worth a pound of flue pills... We can prevent this from spreading, we can keep this from becoming something that cripples this area and our emergency services...

Be smart, Be safe...