Flu Vaccines Available by Early October Says Sebelius

September 13, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said this morning that the first doses of swine flu vaccine could be available as early as the first week of October. The first round of swine flu vaccines would go to high priority groups, like health-care workers.

Sebelius said on ABC’s “This Week” that by mid-October, a full supply of the H1N1 flu vaccine would be available for families throughout the country. “We’ll get the vaccine out the door as fast as it rolls out the production line,” she said.

According to the newly released results from clinical trials, a single shot of H1N1 flu vaccine protected healthy adults within eight to 10 days.

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One Response to “Flu Vaccines Available by Early October Says Sebelius”

  1. Dennis Knicely on September 13th, 2009 3:00 pm

    Sometimes I wonder if Kathleen Sebelius is working for the people or the vaccine manufacturers. Apparently lobbying interests are at stake here, as she signed full immunity from prosecution or law suits to vaccine manufacturers and government officials resulting from use or inoculation from this latest flu vaccination program being started. http://www.healingnews.com/swine_flu_vaccine_programs_1109122009.html

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