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Jordan Coriza, Department of Public Health

Jordan is the Director of Ethnic Media Engagement for the Department.

Hace un par de semanas le dije que continuaríamos trayéndole información sobre la gripe. También hace algunas semanas estuvimos con nuestra amiga, Verónica Robles, hablando sobre el tema. Por favor, véalo:

Además, le había contado que habíamos estado hablando sobre la gripe en Springfield. Escuche nuestra participación en Café con leche, el programa matutino de Power 1270 AM. Sólo quisiera recordarles que este programa salió al aire antes de que Massachusetts empezara a recibir las primeras dosis de la vacuna contra la gripe H1N1. Todos deben de saber que el gobierno federal ha empezado a distribuir los cargamentos de esta vacuna a varios estados, y Massachusetts es uno de ellos.

Me despido con un mensaje importante: la situación sobre la gripe cambia constantemente, por lo que debe mantenerse al tanto de las últimas noticias. Visítenos en Internet o vuelva con frecuencia a este blog.

¡Salud!

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