CDC: H1N1 vaccine supply short as children bear brunt of flu

10/19/2009 | Yahoo!

CDC officials said the H1N1 vaccine will be in short supply for the next couple of weeks because of production delays. Data showed H1N1 is widespread in 41 states, with 6% of physician visits being for flu symptoms, a rate not normally seen this early in the fall. The virus continues to hit children hard, with 11 deaths reported in the past week, health officials said.

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