H1N1 spreading widely; worry over pregnant women
New York Times, October 2, 2009
Swine flu is now widespread across the entire country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced as federal health officials released Tamiflu for children from the national stockpile and began taking orders from the states for the new swine flu vaccine. Anne Schuchat, MD, the CDC's director of immunization and respiratory disease, said there was "significant flu activity in virtually all states," which, she added, was "quite unusual for this time of year."
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