Seasonal Flu and Swine Flu Vaccines

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With the arrival of swine flu this year, healthcare workers are expecting a particularly harsh 2009 flu season. Health officials are urging the American public to begin preparing for the upcoming flu season by getting seasonal flu vaccines at the nearest health clinic, drugstore or flu shot center.

Though the standard flu shots do not protect against swine flu, or novel H1N1, they can help protect patients against other types of seasonal influenza. A recently developed swine flu vaccine will be made available to the public as soon as supplies are prepared.

Here are a few updates on 
this year’s supply of flu vaccine and the highly anticipated swine flu vaccine:

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