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30 January 1969
Volume 776

32.

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services in what way the characteristics of Mao flu can be distinguished from those of Hong Kong flu.

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Both names have been popularly applied to influenza caused by the A2 virus variant first isolated in Hong Kong in July, 1968.