School in Teluk Intan ordered to close after H1N1 outbreak

IPOH: A school in Teluk Intan has been ordered to close, following an outbreak of influenza A (H1N1).

Perak Education Committee chairman Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said SM Sains Teluk Intan was closed on Sunday (Jan 11), after eight students were found to be H1N1 positive by the district health department.

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Influenza A , H1N1 , Health , School , Outbreak , Students


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