Friday, January 8, 2010

New York has truck loads of unwanted and unused Vaccine they are trying to get rid of 1/8/10

No matter how much the government and media tried to get everyone to get a Swine Flu vaccine shot, it seemed to not have worked!

Also, the media does not talk about the Swine flu anymore, notice that?

They abruptly stopped a couple of weeks before Christmas, I wonder why?

With the European Parliament wanting an investigation into WHO and the connections they have with the Vaccine makers and the fact the Swine Flu is not at all bad, the media probably had to take it off the front burner, otherwise they would have to mention those facts too. Besides the very low mortality rate.

Link to New York trying to off load the vaccine.


MYFOXNY.COM - After months of fear, media coverage and government warnings there wasn't as much demand for the swine flu vaccine in New York state as expected.

Truckloads of swine flu vaccines are being returned by counties that say the expected demand for the shots never happened.

When the state's H1N1 vaccination program kicked off in the fall there were fears that there wouldn't be enough of the new vaccine to go around.

The flu strain has not spread as wide as feared and some people were also unsure of pumping a quickly developed vaccine into their bodies.

On January 1, state health officials urged people who haven't been vaccinated to get a shot.

"When it's in a shortage, everyone clamors for it," said Dr. Richard Daines, commissioner of the state Department of Health. "Now that it's abundant, people don't think they need to fight for it."

New York is among 11 states that has widespread flu outbreaks. Daines says another wave of flu could hit the state.

The swine flu first turned up in New York last April at St. Francis Preparatory School in Queens.

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