35 Cadets diagnosed with swine flu in the South

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December 16, 2010 20:23

 
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Thirty five cadets at the IDF’s Officer Training School – known as Bahd 1 – were diagnosed on Thursday with swine flu.

The soldiers, who were staying at Har Gilo for an education seminar, complained in recent days of flu-like symptoms and after being tested were found to all be sick with H1N1, otherwise known as swine flu.

The IDF Medical Corps has launched an investigation to locate the source of the flu in the IDF.

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