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H1N1 Influenza Response Index

Human cases of H1N1 influenza (swine flu) virus infection are being identified in the U.S. and globally. This page is an index of all NACCHO's web content on H1N1 and is also available as an RSS feed. Resources designed for local health department use are listed below.

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For timely information on H1N1 and other local public health-related issues, follow us @NACCHOalerts. More »

Get This Index as an RSS Feed

NACCHO has developed an H1N1 influenza (swine flu) update RSS feed of all H1N1 influenza (swine flu) content on our Web site. An RSS feed continuously publishes new stories as they are added by the owner of the feed and are then available on the feed, which users can add to their browser. A user must be subscribed to a feed in order to access the stories that are published to it.  Below are instructions on how to add the NACCHO H1N1 influenza (swine flu) RSS feed to your browser. The three options through which you can view this RSS feed are Google, Windows Live, and My Yahoo, all of which are toolbars on the top of your browser. 

Click on the “Add to Google” button, and it gives you the choice of either adding it to your home page or Google reader.  If you click on the “home page” option, it will only show up when you open iGoogle. When you click on the “reader” option, it will only show up when you access the “Reader” tab from your Google e-mail account.

Windows Live:
Click on the “Windows Live” button. It will ask you if you want to add this link to your link, which is accessed directly through the browser of your choice as long as the toolbar has been installed. Click on the “Add” button.

My Yahoo:
Click on the “My Yahoo!”.  If the toolbar has been previously installed, clicking on the button is the only action that is required.