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Albuquerque Police Recruits Hit by H1N1 Flu

August 25, 2009
The usually bustling Albuquerque police academy looked like a ghost town for a time this week. Twelve of the 22 cadets were hit with respiratory infections. When tests of the 12 cadets came back two tested positive for the H1N1 virus.

Wave of Sickness Hits Albuquerque PD Academy

August 20, 2009
More than half of the cadets training to become Albuquerque police officers are sick this week, due to an upper respiratory condition that has brought their training to a temporary halt.

Policing a Pandemic

June 2, 2009

Many municipalities have planned and exercised disaster response plans for a large flu outbreak. However, the biggest challenge will be preventing panic among an anxious public and soliciting its cooperation to preserve the common good.

Border Agents May Wear Masks to Avoid Swine Flu

May 1, 2009
Border patrol and airport workers may wear surgical masks as a preventative measure to avoid exposure to swing flu, the Department of Homeland Security has told Fox News.

NYPD Officers Get Masks to Guard Against Swine Flu

April 30, 2009
The NYPD sent out thousands of surgical masks across the five boroughs over the past week as the threat of swine flu continues to grow, but police sources said don't expect to see neighborhood cops wearing them anytime soon.
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