Swine Flu Update From Cibolo – Will The Numbers Increase?

For the past two days,  I’ve been  meeting and interviewing residents who are concerned about Swine Flu spreading in their communities. 

Schools remain shutdown.  Public parks are closed, and at least one area city library has locked its doors.

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The superintendent of the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City School District will  hold a news conference Tuesday morning.

She’s  expected to give an update on the test results for a dozen students who were tested after they began showing flu like symptoms.

As of  Monday night, three students attending different schools in the district have tested positive for swine flu. 

On a side note:

This is my first visit to Schertz and Cibolo.  As a native Texan, I’m ashamed to say I had to learn how to pronounce  Cibolo.

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I also learned that the town was named after the Native American word for buffalo.

People here are very friendly, and with its proximity to San Antonio and Austin, this is a great place to live without worrying about traffic and big city problems.

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