H1N1 Announcement - wtvr

H1N1 Announcement - wtvr

There are 6 comments on the WTVR story from Nov 30, 2009, titled H1N1 Announcement - wtvr. In it, WTVR reports that:

The way some Central Virginians are getting their H1N1 vaccine is changing. The Chesterfield Health District, which serves Chesterfield, Powhatan and Colonial Heights, is opening of two satellite H1N1 vaccination sites.

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Betsy

Alpharetta, GA

#1 Nov 30, 2009
Thanks for letting me know! My husband does not have insurance and I am sure that he is not the only one in that boat!
unsheepled

Duluth, GA

#2 Nov 30, 2009
Well, I did not want the mercury derivative nor the squalene, nor the detergent, or the
industrial preservative injected into my blood stream anyway.
You can have mine... really One less really means one less.. Just like during the swine hype flu of 1976

look for the 60 Minutes program (from 1979) on the bad outcome of those shots, vs the actual disease
SLICK

Brentwood, TN

#4 Dec 1, 2009
VITAMIN D, VITAMIN C, AND FOLIC ACID. SEEMS TO BE WORKING GREAT TO KEEP ME FROM GETTING SICK.
theresa

Richmond, VA

#5 Dec 1, 2009
SLICK wrote:
VITAMIN D, VITAMIN C, AND FOLIC ACID. SEEMS TO BE WORKING GREAT TO KEEP ME FROM GETTING SICK.
Those vitamins are all great but what happens when someone breaths on you or you touch something and your body can't resist it because you didn't get the vac.
Is your vitamin D going to kick in and keep you from getting it? hmm Interesting thought
I'll put up my vitamin d guard. Its not going to happen.
Get your shot silly
Elizabeth

Richmond, VA

#6 Dec 1, 2009
It's just my opinion, but this illness is WAY over-hyped. It's not a death sentence if you get it. Most of the people who died from it already had some other health problem that was significant. People buy into the media hype instead of researching it themselves. People will stand in line and get injections of arsenic if they hear on tv they need it so they won't die. Do your research people. I will not get my children a new vaccine and practically make them guinea pigs. Eat a healthy diet, take vitamins, get plenty of rest, wash your hands--these things keep you healthy and able to fight off illnesses.
Elizabeth

Richmond, VA

#7 Dec 1, 2009
theresa wrote:
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Those vitamins are all great but what happens when someone breaths on you or you touch something and your body can't resist it because you didn't get the vac.
Is your vitamin D going to kick in and keep you from getting it? hmm Interesting thought
I'll put up my vitamin d guard. Its not going to happen.
Get your shot silly
I find it silly that people line up to get vaccinations that are new and have harmful things in them for an illness that isn't life threatening for MOST people. This isn't polio we're talking about. It's a flu that is usually milder than the regular seasonal flu. People should read the facts about how they make vaccinations and the harmful things in them. If people didn't go out and hack and sneeze all over everyone and kept their kids home when they were sick, a lot less people would catch illnesses in the first place.

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