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Swine flu precautions eased for schools

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Staff / May 6, 2009

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Schools no longer need to close if they have students diagnosed with swine flu, state and national health specialists advised yesterday. That reversal of last week's policy was prompted by a growing understanding that the disease is milder than expected, officials said. (Full article: 572 words)

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