Speaking quite candidly about white surgical masks and being temporarily advised to leave her university, Megan Zander, a Dickinson, N.D., native and a special education major at MSUM, is recovering from her bout with H1N1, also known as the swine flu. Click the link to read Lisa Call’s story from The Dickinson Press.
An all-campus information and demonstration meeting for continuity of operations during an H1N1 (swine flu) event will be held on Wednesday, August 19 from 9-11 a.m. in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts Hansen Theatre.
Due to the recent global outbreak of Swine Influenza, EBSCO Publishing and the DynaMed Editors have made DynaMed’s information about Swine Influenza free to health care providers and institutions throughout the world.
Many of you are aware that human cases of swine influenza A (H1N1) virus infection have been identified in the United States and internationally. At the present time, there have been NO swine influenza cases confirmed in Minnesota. (April 30, 2009 update: Carol Grimm, MSUM Health and Wellness Director, said that a case of swine flu was confirmed in Minnesota this morning.)
Human cases of swine influenza A (H1N1) virus infection have been identified in the United States. A number of the identified cases have been school-aged children, although none of these cases were in post-secondary institutions.