US set priority for H1N1 flu vaccination
The US government in association with the health department has taken a decision to prioritize the swine flu vaccine distribution. The pregnant ladies, children, health workers, asthma patients, and diabetes patients are likely to get the vaccination first.
The vaccination is given for eradicating the H1N1 pandemic virus.
The decision has been taken taking the widespread of the disease into consideration. The latest news says that the World Health Organization has stopped the individual counting of the swine flu infected people. According to the health experts the situation might become worse due to the forthcoming autumn season in the Northern Hemisphere.
The U.S. government is set for a 195 million doses of vaccination campaign in the autumn season. The provision has already made for 120 million doses of adjuvant which is used as a compound to stretch the number of vaccines needed.