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AP) — DETROIT - About two-thirds of Michigan voters aren't planning to get the swine flu vaccine or are unsure, and a majority of parents gave the same responses about vaccinating their children, according to a poll released Monday.
The results from the survey by Lansing-based EPIC-MRA concern state health officials..
Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by Tyr Sog
Well people are more educated in the US that many believe, my daughter has a two degrees and both on biological science, not even she is going to take that H1N1 vaccine, my sister that works for the medical business in my Island of PR and many of her co-workers including doctors will not be getting the vaccine either.
Right now in my Island of PR she said that Tamiflu is going rampant and so the seasonal flu vaccine, when in PR due to tropical status we do not have any seasonal out brake of regular flu ever only case has been when somebody from the US comes to the Island sick and the virus doesn't survive in the tropical heat.
I think the whole thing about vaccinations is getting out of hand.