epa01757915 A Kindergarten teacher checks body temperature at a kindergarten in Hong Kong, China, 11 June 2009. Hong Kong government on 11 June ordered all nurseries, kindergartens and primary schools closed in city for two weeks from 12 to 25 June, after the first cluster of local cases of influenza A H1N1 virus was found. Twelve students at St Paul's Convent school in Causeway Bay have tested positive for the HINI virus. The Chief Executive, Donald Tsang, said health officials had been unable to identify the source of the infection, making it the first cluster of human swine flu cases in the city without a known link to people travelling overseas. EPA/YM YIK
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