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Swine Flu Hits the Greater Washington Area

With officials watching 17 confirmed cases and more than 60 "possible" cases, the D.C. region feels the effects of the swine flu. Officials ask residents to take necessary precautions, such as hand washing and avoiding heavily congested areas, to help contain the virus.

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