21 city schools closed over H1N1 fears

Concerns about the H1N1 virus are growing in Brooklyn, with 21 city schools shuttered due to the high number of students with flu-like symptoms.Parents are

BROOKLYN - Concerns about the H1N1 virus are growing in Brooklyn, with 21 city schools shuttered due to the high number of students with flu-like symptoms.

Parents are demanding that the Department of Education shut down even more schools to prevent the virus from spreading.

There has been one confirmed swine flu-related death in the city, Queens assistant principal Mitchell Weiner. His funeral was held Wednesday afternoon.

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