Act Locally » November 22, 2009
Snapshot: H1N1 in Afghanistan
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN–Young Afghans wear face masks as they walk in the main market on Nov. 2, 2009, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Afghan government has ordered the closure of all educational institutions for a period of three weeks due to the sudden rise of H1N1 flu cases and after the first death from the virus. (Photo by Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)
Rachel K. Dooley
Rachel K. Dooley is the Art + Design Director for In These Times.
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