|Sarge276 45 posts||
What’s the deal with all the plugs for acai and stuff? And palm reading to see if you’ll get H1N1, seriously?
|amber 1 post|
|davidleonen10 1 post||
With seasonal flu strains and so. Now the next vaccine due out in late summer is going to combined. That could change so they want to be ready producing more vaccine. Right at this point supply outweighs demand. Well you mentioned those tens of millions of doses. Is among those with the lowest vaccination — what what is the status of the vaccine supply what would would we be able to expect come next fall. And experts believe that’s because this state. While H1N1 activity nation why it is relatively low at this time of year there — it’s been an uptick reported in Georgia. This is a very serious disease.
|katara 1 post||
Well i think flu vaccines is a must if there’s an outbreak and also the government should be prepared for H1N1 cases where as the cures and medicines should always be ready in case.
|reneew10 1 post||
Over the past few weeks, experts have begun to search for ways to overcome the weaknesses in the response to the outbreak of h1n1. These weaknesses include poor communication, coping with new strains of the flu, understanding the symptoms, and proper treatment. The CDC has discovered that rapid tests used by hospitals to determine if a patient has the h1n1 are proving to fail over half the time in detecting h1n1. They have since begun to research rapid tests with higher sensitivity. There have also been inadequacies with the protocols and equipment used to protect healthcare workers from acquiring the virus while on the job. With an outbreak expected late September, and vaccines unavailable until mid to late October, what are you doing to protect you, your family and your department?
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