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Swine flu at Letterkenny school

Swine flu
Anyone with swine flu is asked to stay at home for seven days

Several cases of swine flu have been confirmed at a secondary school in Letterkenny.

Loreto convent school has said it will remain open.

Parents have been asked to contact their doctor if their children develop flu-like symptoms.

The school has also asked pupils who are suspected of having swine flu to stay at home for seven days.

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