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The United States is not prepared for a flu pandemic, which if history holds true, is almost certain to happen eventually.
"We are well-prepared for a natural disaster that is weather-related," said Michael O. Leavitt, U.S. secretary of health and human services, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. "We are not as well-prepared for a pandemic because of its unique characteristics."
By definition, a pandemic occurs in many places at the same time. With many communities affected at once, communities would not be able to rely on outside help, Leavitt said.
In addition, a pandemic could last from a year to 18 months, during which time communities could face such issues as how to care for a large number of sick people, how to get food and medications to people who are isolated or asked to stay home, and how to keep cities, businesses, schools and hospitals running when many of their employees are sick.
There are fears worldwide that the deadly H5N1 bird-flu virus will mutate into a form that is easily passed from person to person.

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BURBANK, Calif. -- The Walt Disney Co. said yesterday that its TV group plans to offer four ABC prime-time shows, including "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost," free online beginning in May.

The offerings will also include current episodes of "Commander in Chief," as well as the entire season of "Alias," and will be available through June.

The shows, being offered by the Disney-ABC Television Group, will be supported by advertisers, including AT&T Inc., Ford Motor Co., Procter &
Gamble Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and Unilever PLC.

The TV group also said it will launch a broadband channel for soap-opera viewers on April 17, available to Verizon Communications Inc. consumer
broadband customers, called Soapnetic.

The experiment comes as networks try to reach viewers who watch less TV in prime-time and are embracing technology that lets them watch shows on computers and portable devices, such as an iPod.