Fri, October 30, 2009
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Students leave training base after flu death

2009-10-30 00:53:16 GMT2009-10-30 08:53:16 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

A man helps a student to carry her belongings as they leave a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.[CFP]A man helps a student to carry her belongings as they leave a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.[CFP]

Freshmen of Beihang University, carrying their belongings, leave a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.[CFP]

A woman helps a student to carry his belongings as they leave a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday. [CFP]

Parents wait for their children at a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.[CFP]

Freshmen of Beihang University, carrying their belongings, leave a military training base in Daxing District, Beijing, October 29, 2009. Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.[CFP]

Among 3,000 freshmen participating in compulsory military drills at the base, a student died of the A(H1N1) virus on Tuesday, 71 students recorded a fever and 28 tested positive for H1N1 virus. Students can choose to leave the base if they pass H1N1 flu check-up and are received by their parents, the Beijing Legal Times reported on Friday.

(Agencies)

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