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Swine flu at Eton

29th May 2009

A 13-year-old pupil from the public school Eton has tested positive for swine flu.

The Berkshire boys’ school, attended by Princes William and Harry, will be closed until June 7 as a result and on the advice of health authorities. The Eton case is one of a further 17 cases of the virus which have been diagnosed in the UK, taking the total to 203. Fourteen of the new cases are part of an outbreak now totalling 64 cases linked to Welford Primary School in Birmingham.

 

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Article Information

Title: Swine flu at Eton
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 11546
Date Added: 29th May 2009

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