Swine flu panic over at World Bank

The World Bank has said that employees could return to work on Friday after none of the staff exposed to a colleague thought to have contracted swine flu exhibited any symptoms.

The Bank asked some 80 employees to stay home on Wednesday after an employee was suspected of having the virus after travelling to Mexico.

The man was in Mexico on business from 13 April until 18 April. The Washington Post, a newspaper, reported that he had now recovered. His wife and children were also asked to stay

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