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Shut schools to stop epidemics - research

Widespread school closures would be the only "effective" way of stopping epidemics such as swine flu among children, researchers from Warwick University have found. Scientists say "selective" closures don't work and recommend the closure of at least 50 per cent of schools to stop illness spreading.

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