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"It's the year 2011, and the next pandemic flu has just reached
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I would try to set up portable hospitals so that larger hospitals don't get overcrowded as quickly. I would make sure to have people maintain these facilities to make sure that they are running the way they are supposed to. I would try to get people from different organizations to help me with this. I would also try and get donations from people so that I can help find a way to deal with this pandemic. Doctors will be needed as well since many people will be sick and the demand for them will be higher. This is what I think should be done in 2011 in case of a pandemic.

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