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Influenza A (H1N1) virus is a subtype of influenzavirus A and the most common cause of influenza (flu) in humans. Some strains of H1N1 are endemic in humans and cause a small fraction of all influenza-like illness and a large fraction of all seasonal influenza. H1N1 strains caused roughly half of all human flu infections in 2006.[1] Other strains of H1N1 are endemic in pigs (swine influenza) and in birds (avian influenza).

Mercury In Australian Approved H1N1 Vaccine
Tuesday, Sept 22nd, 2009

From a Prisonplanet reader:

Dear Alex and Crew…

I have been doing some research on the ingredients in the vaccines that are being produced for Australia.

The T.G.A. which is the Australian equivalent of the F.D.A. have approved a vaccination for production and you can read about this here:


Boston launches flu shot tracking

Vaccine Tracking Bracelet

City to pinpoint areas of low rates of vaccination

By Stephen Smith

Globe Staff / November 21, 2008

Using technology originally developed for mass disasters, Boston disease trackers are embarking on a novel experiment - one of the first in the country - aimed at eventually creating a citywide registry of everyone who has had a flu vaccination.

The resulting vaccination map would allow swift intervention in neighborhoods left vulnerable to the fast-moving respiratory illness.

Swine flu vaccine goes to local health workers first

A pharmaceutical worker gets a seasonal flu vaccine in Pittsburgh.

By MARY SHEDDEN | The Tampa Tribune

Published: September 29, 2009

Health care workers will likely be the first to get swine flu vaccines in Hillsborough County.

Roughly 11,000 doses of a nasal spray vaccine will arrive locally in the next few weeks, and will be distributed to agencies serving people identified as at higher risk for catching or transmitting the fast-spreading virus.

Swine flu is responsible for 91 deaths in Florida, said Steve Huard, spokesman for the Hillsborough County Health Department.