UnNews:Local reporter contracts swine flu
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Local reporter contracts swine flu
Truth doesn't "live here" — It's just camping out
Friday, May 6, 2016, 23:21:UTC)(
2 May 2009
LONDON, UK. It is the outbreak that has struck fear into the hearts of the entire world population, with the potential to become a global pandemic that kills millions. Today the London offices of UnNews International became the epicentre of the transcontinental panic, as it emerged that the latest victim of the deadly swine flu virus is respected journalist, Joseph Trowsicki, 31.
Concerned co-workers offered their sympathy and told Trowsicki that he mustn't worry about that article he'd been struggling with on taxation strategies in the economic downturn. We could always get the work experience kid to finish it for him. His health must come first. What Joe needs now is plenty of bed-rest and to stay away from the office at all costs. He also needs to wash his hands more and throw away his tissues, in accordance with government advice.
The H1N1 virus has already killed hundreds in Mexico and is rapidly spreading to other countries as holiday-makers return home from the infected land. Trowsicki's is a significant case, as he appears to among the first person-to-person transmissions in the United Kingdom. Trowsicki has not been to Mexico recently, although he did visit a Tex-Mex restaurant last Thursday. He would later tell work colleagues that his burrito "Looked a bit funny".
The timing could not have been worse for Trowsicki's family, who had been planning to go away for the weekend to their Devon holiday home, while Joe stayed behind to work on our upcoming colour supplement on the tinned food industry. What's more, it is such a lovely spring day and it's a real shame for Joe to be cooped up inside, quarantined from the world. Trowsicki is believed to be doing well. He has a ready supply of Lemsips at hand and has the box-set of The Wire to keep his spirits up. All here at UnNews wish him a speedy recovery.
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