CUNA, joined by state leagues and regulators, were mounting a major communication effort Tuesday to provide resource links and disaster preparation materials for CU employees and members in connection with the swine flu outbreak.

In galvanizing the distribution of information, CUNA and leagues particularly in states with reported cases were updating Web sites and call centers to reflect the government's pandemic warnings.

In Texas where six cases have been reported out of 64 in the U.S. the Texas Credit Union League said it would be providing "assistance with a variety of requests and services, and perhaps none more valuable than the Disaster Preparation section" on its Web site.

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