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H1N1 Test-Vaccine for Cats

In November 2009, the Korean government, through the local gu offices, informed veterinarians that cats could be test for the H1N1 virus. 

If your cat is exhibiting symptoms of the virus (and s/he has been in contact with someone who contracted H1N1) the vet will swab the animal's mouth and send the sample to the Bational Quarantine Lab for testing.

If the test is positive, the vaccine costs about W60,000.

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