NJ Uninsured Will Receive Free H1N1 Vaccine

Thursday, September 03, 2009

New Jersey's 1.3 million uninsured residents will be offered free vaccinations against the H1N1 virus. Governor Corzine says the state is gearing up for an expected spike in swine flu cases in the coming months.

New Jersey has received $16 million from the federal government to help fight the swine flu pandemic. In New York City, free vaccinations against swine flu are being offered to schoolchildren.


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