Deadly H1N1 virus will continue to circulate seasonally

The U.S. H1N1 emergency declaration quietly expired June 23, but influenza remains a serious threat, officials say. This year's seasonal influenza vaccine will include the H1N1 strain.

BY KIM ARCHER - Tulsa World Modified: August 18, 2010 at 4:24 am •  Published: August 18, 2010
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Was the H1N1 flu virus pandemic a bust?

The World Health Organization last week proclaimed that the deadly H1N1 virus had "largely run its course.” And the U.S. emergency declaration quietly expired June 23.

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