H1N1 gives county chance to hone emergency skills
By Tom Larson
Stevens County is preparing for a pandemic, whatever it might be, with the current H1N1 outbreak serving as a good example of how the system will work.
Dona Greiner, Deputy Emergency Manager and Safety Coordinator, briefed the county board on Tuesday about work going on following the H1N1 outbreak late last month.
As of May 5, there have been 2,500 reported cases of H1N1 in 25 countries.
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