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Fighting the good fight in flu season

The need remains for folks to continue to get vaccinated   The H1N1 flu season that affected nearly 1,300 Mississippians earlier this year has slacked off, but with seasonal flu months approaching, there is still a need for people to get vaccinated and take precautions.  Dr. Mary Currier, interim state health officer for the Mississippi State Department of Health, said ...

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Fighting Swine Flu

Small businesses trying to protect themselves from employees being out cause of illness Instances of the H1N1 virus or “swine flu,” which are continuing to increase nationwide, are of particular concern to small businesses as most people have not developed immunity to this new virus. The illness of one infected worker could possibly spread, shutting down an office for several ...

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State gets flu funding

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) announced that Mississippi would receive more than $3.34 million to continue its response to the H1N1 flu virus and to prepare for the fall flu season. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded two grants to Mississippi, including $2.48 million in Public Health Emergency Response Grant funds and $859,736 ...

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