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Swine flu: view from an NHS health executive

Sir, — As preparations are made for the probable second wave of H1N1 influenza, debate continues about the impact of the guidance for faith communities on eucharistic practice. My viewpoint is that of a priest who earns his living leading an NHS organisation concerned with public health and well-being, a Primary Care Trust. The views that follow do not represent the views of that body.

The involvement of faith com­munities in emergency planning is a positive acknowledgement of ...

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