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H1N1 wave ends; no sign of seasonal flu

DAVID LIPNOWSKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS (October 28, 2009) Chief provincial public health officer Dr. Joel Kettner (right) and Manitoba Health and Healthy Living Gerry Delorme answered question from the media at the Legislature building Wednesday afternoon. close cut closecut

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