Swine flu has become a great threat to the public in several countries. In Thailand, swine flu is pandemic, and an emergency telephone line for swine flu, “1422,” has been instituted. I would like to discuss a problem encountered on this emergency telephone line.
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- Hotline 1422.Thai Rath. 2009; 60: 18838
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Published online: December 28, 2009
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