Well not really because any health care pro will obviously say get the vaccine. Pros say what they are told to sayyou should be asking some health-care professional for health-care related advice and ignore anything that a friend or some people from a financial forum may say
You should get the shot not just for your own protection, but also for the protection of others.I 've just recieved a mail notifying me about the h1n1 flu shot that i need to take. Some of my friends say it's bad and not to take it. but are the consequences of not taking it?
All this fear and people waiting in lines all day and freaking out because of vaccine shortage blows my mindJust so you know, all the available H1N1 vaccine will soon be used up and we will have to wait for the next delivery from the manufacturer, Glaxo Smith Kline. It seems to me that the Federal Government should have done a better job of risk management by contracting with two firms rather than depending on one. They based all their projections on the best case scenario as far as the supply chain was concerned.
Not from being in cool damp air or being in line but rather from being exposed to the actual virus. Generally meaning that the microscopic particle has been put or landed on a mucous membrane. Eyes, nose, mouth often via hand contamination.While you might -- it would be from being in line, not the damp cool autumn air.