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LAX Gets the Flu

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Want to know what LAX is going to do to prevent Avian Flu from spreading locally? Well, they are having a media press conference tomorrow at The Raddison to outline their plan. At present there have been 117 confirmed human cases and 60 deaths from the flu, the vast majority in Viet Nam.

Skunks of Los Feliz has a much simpler plan for containing the disease.