Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Very Low Turnout for Hernando County, Florida H1N1 "Swine Flu" Vaccination Session (Are You Going Report for Your Flu Shot?)

The people in Hernando County, Florida are smarter than most, because most of them didn't show up the county H1N1 "swine flu" vaccination session at the local fairgrounds. I would hope that no one (or very few people) show up for future vaccination sessions, but propaganda will likely ensure that most people will eventually report when their respective numbers are called and papers requested.

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

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