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Virus Closes Another Saigon School

Nguoi Viet , Posted: Aug 04, 2009

WESTMINSTER, Calif. -- Another school in Saigon was shut down Monday after a student was found with Influenza A H1N1, or swine flu while telecom giant Viettel reported a case at its headquarters in Hanoi. A student of the Saigon Construction Technical Vocational School found with high fever on Sunday is said to have had physical contact with an infected student from the Nguyen Khuyen Private High School, which was closed last Thursday after several students caught the flu. Teachers and health authorities will quarantine and monitor more than 50 classmates of the latest case while the school is closed for at least seven days, officials said. The Ministry of Health on Monday declared 60 more H1N1 cases in total, raising the countrys tally to 672, of whom 375 have recovered. There have been no deaths in Vietnam from the flu so far.

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