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No One Coming In To Work At Citi Today

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Vikula was hoping to cut out early and beat the traffic anyway so, good, this works out nicely.*

To: Employees on the 4th floor of 390 Greenwich St.
From: Citi Health Services
Sent: Wed Jul 01 13:18:27 2009
Subject: Probable H1N1 Case at 390 Greenwich St.
We have learned that an employee at our location has been diagnosed with a probable case of H1N1 Flu. The employee was in the office today, and at that time was showing some symptoms of H1N1 Flu. Please note that, due to medical privacy concerns, we cannot provide additional information as to the identity of the employee who has become ill. We are asking that employees on the floor take special care to ensure you are:
* Taking appropriate protective measures to prevent becoming ill and/or
spreading illness to others.
* Staying home from work if you begin demonstrating flu-like symptoms.

*Yes, we are fully aware that Pandito doesn't work out of Greenwich Street but obviously he's going to take this warning and run with it. He's got like 1 personal day left this year.

You should monitor your health for the next seven days, and if you are not feeling well, please do not come into work until you are symptom-free for 24 hours. Individuals who are at a high risk of complications from influenza-like illness (those who are 65 or older,
have chronic medical conditions, and pregnant women) should contact their physicians for specific health recommendations.
Additionally, for those of you who manage teams, if one of your employees begins showing flu-like symptoms, send that person home immediately and contact Citi Health Services at 212-559-3981.
Thank you.

Citi Pandemic Web Site

Citi Health Services