NYC Again Tries H1N1 Flu Vaccine Clinics

Friday, November 13, 2009

This weekend, the city will try again to attract New Yorkers to its H1N1 flu vaccine clinics at a handful of schools around the five boroughs. Last weekend, the clinics were largely ignored. Meanwhile, a parallel program through local neighborhood clinics seems to be doing a better job at drawing people in for shots.  WNYC’s Fred Mogul reports.


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Comments [2]


On 911 I lost a niece at the restaurant at the Top of the Towers and had another niece narrowly escape. This was an act of war the perpetrators should be tried by the military. Trying these people here just makes us more of a target and risks more New Yorkers lives unnecessarily. It will put us in jeopardy and make living in NYC more difficult. New Yorkers should rise up against this and make their voices heard by the Feds!

Nov. 16 2009 11:17 AM
vaccinate?...I'm not so sure ...

This is a MUST SEE video regarding the vaccine ... perhaps if we knew more ...

Nov. 14 2009 09:02 AM

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