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July 20, 2009
Britain's Health Secretary Andy Burnham rubs disinfectant gel into his hands after his visit to an anti-viral...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Health Secretary Andy Burnham rubs disinfectant gel into his hands after his visit to an anti-viral...
Britain's Health Secretary Andy Burnham rubs disinfectant gel into his hands after his visit to an anti-viral clinic in east London July 20, 2009. Burnham sought to reassure the public on Monday that Britain was well-prepared to deal with a flu pandemic and rejected accusations that the government had issued conflicting advice. Twenty-nine Britons have died from the H1N1 flu virus, which is also known as swine flu, and officials have said they are making plans to cater for up to a third of the population falling ill. REUTERS/Johnny Green/Pool (BRITAIN POLITICS HEALTH)
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