1919/1920 report includes a 2-page description of the influenza epidemic and its effect on North Carolina. Report covers two calendar years (13th-18th); (19th) covers Dec. 1, 1920-June 30, 1922; thence each covers July 1-June 30 years.; Printer:...
Caption title from opening screen (viewed on May 15, 2012).; "November 2009."; "Percent of BRFSS households surveyed from September 1 to September 27, 2009 reporting flu-like symptoms (fever with cough and/or sore throat) within the past month."
Caption title from opening screen (viewed on May 15, 2012).; "November 2009."; "Percent of BRFSS households surveyed from September 1 to October 25, 2009 reporting flu-like symptoms (fever with cough and/or sore throat) within the past month."
Vols. for <1967/69-1973> issued by J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, 1975/76- by Division of State Library, N.C. Dept. of Cultural Resources; -; LIBRARY HAS: 1970/71, 1972-1973, 1975/76 (2 VOLS.) #2728642
RALEIGH - Gov. Bev Perdue today called on North Carolina residents to re-dedicate themselves to following good prevention practices as the number of influenza cases are expected to rise with the begin. . .
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Perdue, Bev, 1947-
[Rev.].; " ... prepared for the North Carolina Department of Labor by Eric L. Van Fleet, Omer Frank, and Joe Rosenbeck, members of the faculty of the Department of Safety and Science Technology at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg,...
RALEIGH – Gov. Mike Easley is urging citizens to practice good health habits to prevent spread of the flu as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has reported that flu is occurring at the regional level in North Carolina, but is not widespread...
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Easley, Michael F., 1950-
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