"Concerns about the risk of an impending influenza pandemic or other large-scale disease outbreak are foremost in public health emergency planning. It is estimated that up to 35% of the population may become ill with more than 35,000 deaths in California depending on the infectivity of a pandemic influenza virus and its disease-causing potential. This level of disease activity would disrupt all aspects of society. In January 2006, The Yolo County Health Department conducted its second pandemic flu drill with the aim of further exercising and refining early pandemic response activities."
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Pandemic Flu Drill. Yolo County, CA. January 31-February 2, 2006