H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu)
Overall flu activity continues to decrease, but both H1N1 and seasonal flu viruses are expected to continue to rise and fall for several months. With continuous prevention, you can reduce the risk of infection in your home.
H1N1 Flu Overview
H1N1 is a virus that spreads from person-to-person contact. Learn about the symptoms and latest developments.
H1N1 Flu & Schools
Schools are developing their action plans for managing possible and confirmed cases of H1N1.
H1N1 Flu Reported Cases
Get information on the latest developments in suspected and confirmed cases of H1N1 in the U.S. and Worldwide.
Frequently Asked Questions About H1N1 Flu
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