Camp gets shut down because of swine flu

A camp session in Minnesota for children with HIV or AIDS has been canceled after two volunteers tested positive for swine flu.

One Heartland, a Milwaukee-based charity, had planned to start the weeklong camp session in Willow River in eastern Minnesota on Friday.

One Heartland founder and CEO Neil Willenson says there are no known cases of swine flu among children who already attended the camp this summer. But he says the camp session was canceled out of concern for campers and volunteers.

One Heartland offers the summer camps for homeless children and children with HIV or AIDS.


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