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November 20, 2000
Media Advisory: Simba The Lion King To Launch Toronto Public Health Flu Clinics
  
Simba, the Lion King (from the current stage production), is roaring to get his
flu shot at Metro Hall today.

Simba will attend a news conference with Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Associate Medical
Officer of Health for Toronto, and will then flex his paw for a flu vaccination.

This is the first time Toronto Public Health has offered free flu shots to the
general public. Last year, 45 deaths from flu-related complications were
reported to Toronto Public Health.

DATE: TODAY, November 20, 2000
TIME: 1 p.m.
PLACE: Metro Hall rotunda, 55 John Street


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