New poll reflects Americans' worry over flu vaccine shortage

10/24/2004 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

Families with individuals who are at high risk from flu are worried that the flu vaccine will not be available for them, an Associated Press poll says. Some 42% of those responding said they or someone in their family is at high risk from the flu. The poll found women and people over age 50 were most likely to express concern about not being able to get flu vaccine for family members who need it.

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