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Parents like school swine flu shots
Most parents like the idea of vaccinating children against swine flu at school, but they're not so eager to roll up their own sleeves.
Parents do seem to be listening to warnings that this novel flu strain strikes the young more often than the old, an Associated Press-GfK poll suggests. Nearly two-thirds said they were likely to give permission for their children to be inoculated at school â if the government's evolving plan to try that pans out â and 40 percent said very likely.
However, even as the government races to get enough swine flu vaccine for Americans in time for fall's expected rebound of the virus, only a third of people say they're very likely to get vaccinated themselves once shots arrive.
Originally posted by chickenbroncitis
either that or people dont think they have it and not going to the doctor.