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H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine (INACTIVE)

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  • This Halloween, parents wary of flu

    This Halloween, parents wary of flu
    With infection rates rising and the H1N1 vaccine in short supply, this Halloween comes with the added scare of swine flu - and Baltimore-area parents find themselves balancing the fun of a favorite holiday with worries about keeping kids healthy.
  • Howard reaches out to Asian communities for flu shots

    Howard reaches out to Asian communities for flu shots
    Bianca Chang scurried around the cafeteria of Howard High School urging parents of students in the Sunday Chinese school to get a swine flu shot. Just down the hall, the Howard County Health Department was running a vaccination clinic for the region's...

    As flu-fighting interest rises, supplies may lag

    As flu-fighting interest rises, supplies may lag
    Maryland may receive just half its expected supply of the swine flu vaccine for October, state health officials said Monday as they scrambled, along with hospitals and other providers, to confront a projected shortfall. As H1N1-related hospitalizations...

    Hundreds line up in Baltimore for H1N1 flu shots

    Hundreds line up in Baltimore for H1N1 flu shots
    The queue for Thursday's flu shot clinic at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute began forming two hours before the doors opened - and Ronesha Mills made certain that she and her children were among the first in line. "It's important for me, because now I...

    Area swine flu clinics scheduled

    Area swine flu clinics scheduled
    With delivery this week of the first doses of injectable vaccine against swine flu, Baltimore City and some area counties have begun scheduling their first public clinics for priority groups: those ages 6 months to 24 years, pregnant women, health care...