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Bird Flu in Washington

Do you live in Washington? Are you prepared for the Bird Flu?
The tv movie on bird flu in America has people fearing. birdflu.blogtopper.com is helping to answer those fears and prepare people for the possible bird flu.
Washington is working fast on a bird flu / avian flu plan, but do you really want to dpend on the government to protect your and your family in a bird flu outbreak?

Check birdflu.blogtopper.com’s bird flu checklist for all preparations for the bird flu.
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