At the moment influenza A(H1N1) is not considered to be more serious than a normal seasonal influenza. People who belong to the risk group may get more seriously ill. There is not enout enough knowledge on the spread and seriousness of the influenza and that is why it is not possible to predict how the pandemia developes over a longer period of time.
More information on symptoms, prevention and student healt care among others. Please read (and print) the attached file, that has information on the A(H1N1) virus and on how does it spread, its risk groups, its symptoms, prevention, student health care etc.
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