Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, September 29th, 2009
Many schools rely on mass notification systems to relay critical information about issues like H1N1 to parents. According to a recent telephone poll conducted by Zogby International, of 1,004 school officials nationwide who have a mass notification system, nearly all (93 percent) have used such a system to communicate with parents about important events including school closings due to weather, pandemic outbreaks or even physical damage to...
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