Wednesday Morning News [Swine Flu]

Chicago school has Illinois' first probabe swine flu case Times

Chicago Public Schools Chief Ron Huberman and public health officials gathered at Kilmer Elementary School at 6700 N. Greenview Ave. for a 7 am press ...

Swine Flu Case At Notre Dame, Chicago Flooded With Reports AP

Illinois

still has no confirmed cases of swine flu, but Chicago Department of

Public Health Commissioner Terry Mason predicted on Tuesday that may

not be the case for much longer.

Potential Cases of Swine Flu Closes Rogers Park School NBC

Kilmer

Elementary School is closed until further notice because a 12-year-old

student at the school has a "probable" case of swine flu, Alderman Joe

Moore said. "Probable" means the student exhibits the symptoms but the

virus has not yet been confirmed.

Swine flu closes local school WGNtv.com

Contacted by the Tribune this morning, Chicago Public Schools chief Ron Huberman declined to comment. A source confirmed the probable case to the Tribune. ...

From CPS: Computer Training Event at Hyde Park Academy to be Rescheduled

"Out of an abundance of caution, CPS officials have decided to postpone the computer-training event at Hyde Park Academy as a result of the recent swine flu alert. The event was originally scheduled to take place Wednesday, April 29 and will be rescheduled at a later date to be determined."

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