Friday, December 18, 2009

Panflu Vaccine: Europeans Can't Be Bothered/ National Public Radio

from NPR:
... In the U.K., under two percent of the population has stepped up, and only 17 percent of those at special risk of flu complications, according to Bloomberg News...

Ah, but look at the Scandinavians. They are Europe's model citizens when it comes to doing what public health officials want. According to Andrea Gerlin of Bloomberg, Norway has managed to vaccinate all 1.2 million people in high-risk groups. At least a third of Swedes have gotten swine flu shots.

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