H1N1 vaccine 'to fall short'

WHO warns the annual production of H1N1 vaccines might not be enough.

     

    The World Health Organisation has warned the annual production of H1N1 vaccines is expected to fall short of the 4.9 billion doses that were earlier forecast to be made.

    The news came after the UK government decided to vaccinate health professionals against the virus.

    Al Jazeera's Harry Smith investigated preparations for a second swine flu outbreak, expected as the Northern hemisphere enters autumn.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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