Sunday, January 09, 2005

Flu shot pandemonium was premature

If I remember correctly, (and I do) John Kerry blamed President Bush for the "shortage" of flu vaccine.

"The flu-shot shortage has turned into a surplus in some areas, raising fears that some vaccine might be wasted.
Aventis Pasteur, supplier of almost all flu-shot vaccine for the USA this year, still has about 3.3 million doses to distribute to U.S. consumers. GlaxoSmithKline is on tap to ship 1.2 million shots from Europe. And MedImmune, maker of a nasal vaccine, has supplies."

Here's the rest...

USA Today


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