Posted by: mwwilco | November 19, 2009

H1N1 Vaccines in Atlanta

I haven’t posted on here in a while because I had the flu last week. While it wasn’t swine, I was told I had Influenza A, which (according to my school’s Health Center at least) is a strain of H1N1.

While I was sick, my school received a shipment of H1N1 flu mist vaccines that were offered to students, faculty and staff free of charge. The mists were also offered Wednesday of this week. This made me wonder where Atlanta stands on H1N1 vaccinations, because I know that the shot is incredibly hard to come by.

Many people are traveling to Atlanta to visit the CDC looking for the H1N1 vaccine, but it is in short supply and high demand.

Though I’m not a fan of Fox News, here’s the link to Fox’s article and video about H1N1 vaccines in Atlanta: click here

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