When the so-called swine flu returns this fall, keep sick children at home, don’t spread the infection to co-workers, and ultimately, Gov. M. Jodi Rell told a gathering in town, “use common sense.”
That was Rell’s ultimate advice during a Wednesday meeting at Southern Connecticut State University with educators and state, and local public health officials on how to cope with an expected upsurge in swine flu cases in the coming months.
“Sometimes we can only use common sense with H1N1,” she said.
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