Special-education officials in N. Ireland call for timely H1N1 information

10/20/2009 | BBC

The principal of a school for students with special needs in Northern Ireland is calling on the health ministry to address delays in providing information to schools and families about the H1N1 flu virus. The family of a student with special needs from another Northern Ireland school recently received word -- two days after her funeral -- that the child had H1N1. Hers was the fifth confirmed case at Foyle View Special School, which serves children with disabilities. Officials say they will work to prevent information delays in the future.

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