Swine Flu now reaches 81

Funny story written by Australian News Reporter

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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The Swine Flu victim after work at McDonald's

Swine Flu in Pertia has now reached 81 victims. The second last case discovered was a 7 year old Grade 1 student who smokes cigarettes.

He felt a little sick with a cough yesterday and stayed home from school. He got a vaccine and then the symptoms got worse. All of the Swine Flu symptoms were discovered in this sick little boy including a high fever, a cough, a runny nose, a sore throat, body aches, at least a mild headache, the chills, high level of tiredness, extreme nausea and on-going diarrhoea.

His parents bought his smokes off a sick smoke dealer and it's assumed the little boy got Swine Flu off him. The family and the child are now under quarantine and given Tamiflu.

The most recent case was a 35 year old man who was at work while he was sick at the Pertia Plaza Shopping Centre in McDonald's. The man arrived at work perfectly until he started to feel sick catching a cough and a sneeze. His car was stolen so he caught the train home and the other people that were with him in the train are at a rapid risk of catching Swine Flu. He was vaccined hours later and he tested positive to Swine Flu.

GOP (Government of Pertia) Minister John Cock said "Swine Flu is spreading this little community very rapidly. In only a day, we have 81 cases of Swine Flu already. There are only 5 million people in this little town and we cannot let everyone get the virus. I think everyone will, but we certainly hope not everyone will. And in only a day, 6,420 people have evacuated Pertia so that is fair enough."

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