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  • Collection: Historical Pandemics at Carleton

Influenza Updates - May 1, 2009
In response to the H1N1 outbreak, Carleton maintained a set of pages on their website dedicated to the flu and keeping the campus community informed.

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An article in the Carletonian during the 1924-1925 smallpox epidemic informing them that everyone planning to attend the football game against Hamline in St. Paul later that week must have the smallpox vaccine prior to attending.

car-2009-11-06-a-002.pdf
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes two students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms or breathing difficulty.

car-2009-10-30-a-002.pdf
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes nine students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms or breathing difficulty.

car-2009-10-23-a-002.pdf
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes three students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms, possibly H1N1.

car-2009-10-16-a-002.pdf
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes two students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms, possibly H1N1.

car-2009-09-25.pdf
An update in the student paper about the preparations the college was taking in the face of the H1N1 virus.

car-2009-05-15-a-005.pdf
An article from Carleton's Student Wellness Advocates containing information about the H1N1 virus and prevention strategies.

car-2009-05-01-a-008.pdf
An editorial in the Carletonian soon after initial news about H1N1 urging people to take the flu seriously.
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