It's a huge loss. I mean, she was the state health officer at one point. It's going to be hard (working without her).
We know it is out there, we see it in our syringe exchange clients and elsewhere. And it's in other communities as well.
We're still in the middle of trying to figure out exactly what's going on.
It's a flu-like virus; it's just some kind of crud that's going around.
We don't want to scare people, but we do want any kids with this to get treated and not come to school Monday and infect others.