Two more flu cases reported at Ft. Gordon

Thursday, July 9, 2009 8:17 AM
Last updated 9:19 AM
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Fort Gordon and Eisenhower Army Medical Center received confirmation late Wednesday of two more cases of H1N1 flu.

According to a statement released this morning, a 31-year-old active duty servicemember who was seen at EAMC on June 27 and a 44-year-old retiree who was examined on June 30 are the confirmed cases.

The soldier was hospitalized briefly and then sent home, and the retiree was not hospitalized.


State and local public health departments have been notified. EAMC and Fort Gordon have a contingency plan in place and continue to be proactive in treating and testing patients who present flu-like symptoms.

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SC 07/09/09 - 11:07 am
So are there no H1N1 cases in

So are there no H1N1 cases in the CSRA except Ft. Gordon? That is hard to believe.

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