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Web site offers H1N1 resources for public media

I just came across FluPortal.org, a site designed to help public radio and television stations cover the H1N1 pandemic. It provides local and national reports on the flu, news and data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other government agencies, vaccine information, and a blog on the latest developments.

Though the site, which is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is geared towards the broadcast media, the portal should be of interest to anyone closely following H1N1.

Previously: Locate clinics offering flu shots with the click of a mouse and Harvard Medical School launches H1N1 influenza iPhone app
Via Covering Health

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