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Being forwarded around the Loyola community:
From: “UMC UMC” [email redacted]
Date: April 29, 2009 5:02:37 PM CDT
To: [alias redacted]
Subject: Probable Case of Swine Flu

Loyola Community,

The Chicago Department of Public Health has informed the University
that a Loyola student has a probable, but unconfirmed, case of swine
flu, and that it appears to be isolated at this time.

The student, a male, 20 years old, who lived on-campus in Fairfield
Hall, has been home for several days and is doing well.

At this time, authorities have informed the University that it can
continue to conduct business as usual. Please visit Loyola’s swine flu
Web site for updates and information at

[advice on handwashing redacted]

Diane Asaro, MSN, RN, BCDirector, Wellness Center


PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE, as it was sent from the UMC
mailbox, an account used by the Division of University Marketing and
Communications to broadcast special e-mails on behalf of various
departments throughout the University.