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New Flu Case in the District

A third student at George Washington University is believed to have contracted the swine flu, the District's department of health says.

The student did not require hospitalization and no longer has any symptoms, department spokeswoman Dena Iverson says.

Two other GW students were reported last Friday to have possibly had the flu.

Iverson said the latest GW student has no history of visting a flu-affected area, and it is not yet clear if the student may have gotten the ailment from the other two.

A Howard University student also appears to have had the disease.

By Michael E. Ruane  |  May 4, 2009; 2:48 PM ET
Categories:  New Cases , Schools  
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