Tom Lyons, Department of Public Health
Today three Obama Administration cabinet secretaries announced the release of a business toolkit to help with preparedness for H1N1 flu. Cabinet secretaries Locke (Commerce), Sebelious (HHS) and Napolitano (Homeland Security) stressed the need for businesses to take a proactive planning posture for what is expected to be a resurgence of H1N1 flu in the fall and winter months.
Among other topics, the federal officials discussed the need for businesses to:
You can find the Toolkit by visiting www.flu.gov.
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