For now, I congratulate the people of Hernando County for not getting this vaccine. Only 6% of the total available vaccines were injected into unsuspecting folks.
The county's first swine flu vaccine clinic didn't exactly cause a stampede.
Maxim Health Care Services went through only about 30 of the 500 doses of intranasal mist the company had on hand for the clinic that ran from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the county fairgrounds in Brooksville.
Just an FYI, the article also admits that the Intranasal vaccine has LIVE H1N1 "swine flu" virus.
And because the intranasal mist contains a live virus to develop immunity, it's only appropriate for people ages 2 to 49 in good health, health officials have said.
"It's got that word 'live' in it, so they think they're going to be full-blown sick," he said. "I think it may scare people off."
Source: St. Petersburg Times