H1N1 and Election Day: What States Are Doing to Keep Voters Flu-Free

As voters go to the polls in a handful of states and cities this Election Day, local officials across the country are rolling out a variety of measures to prevent the spread of the H1N1 flu virus at polling locations. November elections take place during the rise of the traditional flu season, but this year, with the H1N1 strain now considered widespread in 48 states by the Centers for Disease Control, election boards are offering creative ways to help voters minimize their risk of getting...Full Story
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