The novel influenza A (H1N1) flu virus has spread across the world and is now being called a pandemic by the World Health Organization.
||For overall information to help prevent the H1N1 flu, check the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) website at www.Flu.gov - click the widget to the left for English o haga clic en el widget de la derecha para ir a la página española de flu.gov.
For CDC Guidance on Helping Child Care and Early Childhood Programs Respond to Influenza during the 2009-2010 Influenza Season, click here:
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The CDC's H1N1 web page also contains general information, information for specific groups, situation updates, reports and publications, and other pertinent information for both the public and for medical providers, communities, and first responders.
CDC Mobile Web site
Your Mobile Source for Credible Health Information -- CDC's health information is now available on your mobile device. Visit m.cdc.gov on your mobile phone or PDA for information on seasonal flu, H1N1 flu, public health emergencies, and more.
This site is designed to be easily read and navigated from mobile devices and will soon feature even more health and safety topics.
To follow updates on Twitter, go to BirdFluGov.