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- AP: Latest on cases in U.S.
- Link: Swine flu info from CDC
- Link: WHO swine flu page
Twitter, a social networking Web site that allows users to post 140-character "tweets" or messages, has been abuzz with chatter about the swine flu in recent days. However, the site can also be the source of misinformation and rumor.
The CDC Twitter postings provide continuous, authoritative status reports on the outbreak, including bulletins on confirmed cases, tips on preventing the disease, and advisories, such as the one issued by the U.S. State Department Monday, advising Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to Mexico.
ABC7 is also on Twitter. To get our tweets, go to Twitter.com/abc7 and click on follow.
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