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    The question on how to manage the presence of the pandemic virus A/H1N1 in schools when the specific vaccine is not yet available is still open. Some countries have decided to postpone the opening of schools to avoid the epidemic peak, others have preferred to wait for the mass vaccination to contain the epidemic. WHO has recently issued a briefing note in which measures to be taken in school activities to limit the spr...

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