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UPDATED: February 10, 2010 1:35:43 PM EST
H1N1 Flu Updates

H1N1 Flu Updates

As the H1N1 influenza continues circulating widely worldwide, health officials expect cases to increase in the United States. This suggests that University students, faculty and staff could be exposed to someone with H1N1 flu, either on or off campus, and contract the illness.

The Frequently Asked Questions section on this site includes information about the best ways to treat flu-like illnesses and how to keep from spreading them to co-workers or classmates, when people should seek medical attention, academic planning guidance, and information about making up class assignments or time away from work. It will be updated as new information becomes available.  

In addition, the University will continue to communicate with faculty, staff and students about the H1N1 flu and how to prevent spreading. All messages that have been sent to the campus community are posted below.

The University's Department of Environment, Health and Safety is leading Carolina's response to HIN1, in collaboration with the UNC Health Care System, UNC General Administration, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services and the Orange County Department of Public Health.

Frequently Asked Questions (Updated October 30, 2009)

Messages to the Campus Community

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