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How to -- the swine flu H1N1 vaccine.
Protect yourself -- -- -- also known as H1N1 -- by getting vaccinated.
You'll need at risk information in a vaccination location.
Seasonal flu shot.
And the usual -- -- step one.
We'll be at risk groups encouraged to get the vaccine pregnant women anyone in close contact with children younger than six months.
Health care and emergency medical personnel.
All people's 69 -- 24 years -- -- And believes to -- -- five to 65 -- health conditions associated with the higher risk of medical complications from influenza.
Oh by the Centers for Disease Control data indicate the risk of infection among people -- 65 or -- is less than the risk for younger age groups sexy.
He aware that if you are not in one of these at risk groups it is possible he will have to wait as a limited at risk groups will be vaccinated -- Step three.
Don't assume that your immune to the 2009 H1N1 virus -- vaccinated against the 1976.
Went -- They are different viruses and you immunized against the 2009 straight.
No going to get the vaccine.
He has its -- -- Locations include vaccination clinics organized by local health departments health care provider offices schools finally cease and even some workplaces.
I -- information go to the centers of disease control's web site.
-- did your regular seasonal flu -- of flu vaccine that's been develop efficient than the -- Who is not meant to replace her annual flu -- you make you both on the same day that seasonal shot will likely be available before the H1N1 shot.
-- -- -- usual precautions against catching any kind of cold or flu virus.
Wash your hands often and avoid touching your eyes nose and -- if you comes -- with flu symptoms ask your doctor anti viral drugs may be right for you.
And stay away from others until your well.
You know the H1N1 virus is made up of teens not only from pigs but also from bird and --
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