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Front Page: Americans Anxious About H1N1 Vaccine Shortage

  • The shortage of H1N1 vaccines has many people worried, but Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is asking Americans to be patient. — ABC News
  • The US job outlook has brightened, as the National Association for Business Economics says more companies plan on hiring in the next six months. — CNN
  • Fourteen Americans were killed in two helicopter crashes in Afghanistan. — AP
  • ESPN has fired baseball analyst Steve Phillips a week after details came out about his messy affair with a 22-year-old production assistant. — New York Times
  • Low-budget underdog Paranormal Activity came in number one at the box office this weekend. — BuzzSugar
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Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
Hey! America can have Australia's doses! We're not using them because so many of us are waiting for a properly tested vaccine to come out. This is the first time I've said no to a vaccine, only because I know the government shafted funding on a safer, more effective and cheaper serum because the company didn't have the capacity to churn out 20mill doses in two weeks.
janneth janneth 7 years
I can only blame myself for reading all that horrible stuff about the messy Steve Phillips affair. Boy, sometimes these cheaters get what they deserve! But unfortunately, the poor wife and 4 kids have to suffer, especially in a crazy situation like this.
Briandiesel Briandiesel 7 years
Well I was out of town last week and my mom, my brother, and a couple friends of mine all came down with it. I was like, good Lord!
Pistil Pistil 7 years
I've also heard things like the H1N1 vaccine might not compatible with the regular flu shot... I figure I am in good health, so I will take the normal precautions I would take to avoid any flu or cold, and not worry about the shot.
mamasitamalita mamasitamalita 7 years
I completely agree SKG. for my volunteer work I have to have this huge medical screening at a hospital,and we got work a few weeks ago that New York state is mandating all volunteers there to get the regular flu and H1N1 vaccines. Naturally its a little unnerving that something not tested is a requirement. We then heard that someone put a temporary restraining order on that original mandate, so we're off the hook for awhile until someone can definitively say whether its safe.
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