Common sense will keep a few people home
With story from Winnipeg Free Press
With the first case of swine flu among the athletes at Canada Games, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure there is a risk. However, press and marketing people at Canada Games may not warn us to keep the Games momentum going.
A tennis player competing for Manitoba at the Canada Games in Prince Edward Island has been quarantined while Games officials await test results for H1N1 influenza.
Muzeen Ismath, a 17-year-old Winnipegger who plays out of the Tuxedo Tennis Club, showed symptoms of the flu Wednesday morning and was immediately quarantined and tested, Team Manitoba manager Barry Moroz said Wednesday night. Continue reading