WASHINGTON – Government health officials are urging people not to panic over estimates of 90,000 people dying from swine flu this fall. "Everything we've seen in the U.S. and everything we've seen around the world suggests we won't see that kind of number if the virus doesn't change," said Dr. Thomas Frieden, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
I'm trying to not let it worry me. we homeschool and will just make an effort to not have the kids out as much if it looks to be going that way, and follow good hygienic procedure when we do go out.
I'm hoping it goes the way of SARS and bird flu in that it will not turn out to be as bad as it was though to have the potential to be.
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