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January 10, 2014 5:47 PM

7 people have been hospitalized with flu in SLO County, officials say

No deaths from the H1N1 flu virus have been reported in SLO County, but seven people have been hospitalized, said Dr. Jim Beebe, lab director for the county Public Health Laboratory.

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