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Swine Flu Hits PA

Swine Flu After traipsing across numerous states and continents, swine flu has finally hit Pennsylvania. Penn Live reports,

Health officials confirmed Pennsylvania’s first case of swine flu Sunday in a 31-year-old male in Montgomery County. Pennsylvania Department of Health spokeswoman Stacy Kriedeman says that there are six probable cases, all in Philadelphia or suburban Montgomery and Bucks counties.

The Collegian is also covering swine flu. They reported on the advice Penn State Live dished out on Friday,

Penn State’s University Health Services issued a statement Friday advising students to “participate in voluntary social distancing.”

Students should avoid activities such as “hooking up,” “drinking games (such as beer pong, flip cup and keg stands),” and “sharing cigarettes or drinks,” according to the release.

It should be interesting to see how this develops…

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