Ah, I scooped the CBC!
To me the biggest issue is going to be getting through to a demographic that believes itself to be invincible. Our strategy is to have our staff react fairly strongly to flu-like symptoms that they see in students. It doesn’t hurt to be protective and safe in this case. But to ignore and deny could lead to a much worse problem.
Something else I think will be interesting is watching how world-wide media and mass communication can influence a pandemic. We didn’t have these options during the last world-wide flu pandemic, the Spanish Flu. Will things like Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and online news help matters or not?