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Checkpoint Argument Credibility Due Wed Dec 16 09

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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34323690/ns/health-more_health_news/ H1N1 may be mildest pandemic on record Epidemiologists are now predicating that the H1N1 pandemic could end up being mild since documentation of influenza outbreaks began being recorded. They are worried that people are going to not go out and get vaccinated, and that if another outbreak occurs it might mutate becoming more dangerous. The claims do conflict with my personal observations. The local health department is still pushing for people to get vaccinated. The local news stations are still running segments on how to go about getting the vaccine, and when the clinics are going to be. The vaccination clinics that have been offered are always full, and people are waiting for long periods of time just to
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Unformatted text preview: get vaccinated. I do not feel that people are becoming complacent and not getting vaccinated. I know that locally we have struggled to get in vaccinations that are not the nasal form. In the area that I live we have a large high risk population who are needing the injection and they have been hard to come by. Other than what I have read on-line and what is reported on the local news I have little background information on the claims that are being made. The author of this article is just a reporter. I feel that the author was unbiased and trustworthy. The author referenced the Center for Disease control who has played a major roll is keeping track of how the H1N1 flu has progressed....
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