Area schools closed due to flu

San Diego State’s campus daycare center is temporarily closed Monday as a precaution because 20 children and three staff member have reported flu-like symptoms.

Also closed because of suspected cases of the so-called swine flu are Kearny Mesa High School, the School of Creative Arts in Paradise Hills, and Mission Hills High School in San Marcos.

All four closures are scheduled to last until May 18th, or until testing deems the schools safe
again.

There are now 15 confirmed cases of Swine Flu in San Diego County.

Related posts:

  1. Community taking precautionary measures against swine flu
  2. Two new flu cases confirmed in SD County
  3. No new flu cases confirmed, eight pending in county
  4. School cleared to reopen after teachers test negative for flu
  5. Various Mission Bay beaches closed; possible sewage dumping

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Posted by Pat Sherman on May 4, 2009. Filed under Archives. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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