H1N1 vaccine offered in Columbia Coun...

H1N1 vaccine offered in Columbia County schools

There are 1 comment on the WNYT Albany story from Nov 19, 2009, titled H1N1 vaccine offered in Columbia County schools. In it, WNYT Albany reports that:

Schools are ground zero when it comes to the H1N1 virus. That's why the Columbia County Health Department is taking its allotment of the vaccine to classrooms across the county.

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Cara

Warrensburg, NY

#1 Nov 19, 2009
Everyone who is even CONSIDERING this vaccne should google swine flu vaccine reactions BEFORE they allow this shot to be administered to anyone that they care about.
And BE AWARE...BIG PHARMA has legislative protection from liability should a debilitating reaction occur.

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