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Teenagers Hold Key To Swine Flu Cure

by | 8th, August 2009

swine-flu-hotlineSWINE Flu update: Teenagers man call centre and face of swine flu prevention catches the killer bug…

DAVID McCusker is the Government’s face of swine flu prevention. That’s him sneezing in a lift.

The Department of Health adverts see McCusker demonstrating the mantra “Catch It, Bin It, Kill It“.

Says he: “Instead I’ve been shivering, shaking and spreading it.”

Yes, he has swine flu.

In other swine flu news, the Mail screeches:

Swine flu hotline run by 16-year-olds: NHS pays GCSE pupils to give advice and hand out drugs

Finally, some common sense.

If any group is fit enough to survive the pandemic it is teens, made impervious to the virus by way of their sensible hoodie, a scarf pulled tight around the lower face and an in-depth knowledge of drugs and their taking.

Says a delighted Mail:

At least eight pupils from the same school are among 15 youngsters employed at the pandemic hotline call centre in Watford. Many have been working late into the night, in contravention of employment law guidelines for under-18s.

All the over 18s are eighter dead or in fear of their lives…

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