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A vaccine against swine flu will be fast-tracked for use in Britain in just five days.
The Department of Health expects to have enough vaccine to give 60 million people a first dose this year and a total of 130 million doses to complete the treatment course in the long-term. The first doses specific to the H1N1 swine flu virus are set to arrive in September and could be prioritised through regulatory approval in less than a week.
Originally posted by marg6043
Sorry to tell this to all my fellow ATS UK members but you are going to become the testing subjects to this dangerous vaccine.
As here in the US the regulations are that vaccines need at least two years of testing before they are approved.
I guess we may find out here in the US if they will bypass the testing for mass emergency vaccination, after all we are living in strange times due to the lack of attention that people gives to what corrupted entities are pushing now a days with government approval.