Pandemic Influenza

This collection of websites was initiated in 2005 to contingency plan around any possible outbreak of Avian flu in the UK. It has since been expanded to include all types of Pandemic flu such as the Swine flu outbreak of 2009. The collection contains public advisory sites produced by the Government alongside news and commentary.

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  1. British Chambers of Commerce (BCC): Swine Flu Guidance To Business
  2. British Medical Association (BMA): Influenza
  3. British Thoracic Society: Flu Pandemic Press Release 19 Oct 2005
  4. broadstuff: Mexican Swine Flu pandemic breaks out on Twitter
  5. Catholic Church in England and Wales: the church and flu - guidance
  6. Church of England: Swine Flu
  7. DeadBrain (Avian and Pandemic Influenza)
  8. DeadBrain: Bird Flu - Police overwhelmed by crank calls to supermarket poultry aisles
  9. DeadBrain: Bird Flu - Troops to secure, seal off Norfolk
  10. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - Avian Influenza pages
  11. Department of Health (DH): Chief Medical Officer
  12. Department of Health (DH): Pandemic Flu
  13. Department of Health - Pandemic flu pages
  14. Directgov: Two cases of Mexican swine flu confirmed in the UK
  15. Do I Have Swine Flu?
  16. Downend School
  17. eChurchWebsites: Church downplays swine flu worry advice
  18. Eton College: Swine Flu
  19. Facebook: Swine Flu in the UK
  20. Flu and You

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