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Case Western Reserve University is committed to communicating to the campus as much information as possible on any influenza or other emerging infection, and to make recommendations about responses necessary on the part of the university in the event of an outbreak.

Read the University's policy on absences from classes/exams. Students in university clinical settings will be vaccinated against H1N1 with the nasal, live-attenuated virus vaccine.

Along with links to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and other agencies, this site will provide you with answers to frequently asked questions, prevention information, travel warnings, treatment details and internal links to names and contact information for members of Case’s ad hoc emerging infections committee, meeting minutes and other resources.


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