NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 1976
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(Studio) Missouri state health officials convinced Larry Hardison had swine flu; federal health officials not so sure. More vaccinations being given following reported swine flu case.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Concordia, Missouri) Health officials investigating swine flu victim; Hardison asked to retrace activities prior to illness. [HARDISON - says it's hard to recall those activities.] [State health director Dr. Denny DONNELL - says many people sick with gastro-intestinal virus, but it's not respiratory flu.] On Monday officials to know if swine flu has spread to other people.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson
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