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U.S. states plot how to handle pandemic flu threat

Kansans are practicing using a football field-sized tent as a portable hospital. Hawaii plans to find the sick by doing nasal swabs on tourists, and Seattle is issuing instructions on how to bury the dead. Across the United States, local and state officials are spending millions of dollars to plot strategies for dealing with a still hypothetical — but experts say inevitable — pandemic flu crisis forecast to kill upwards of 2 million Americans. Full Story

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