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"American health workers are not alone in questioning the value of the swine flu vaccine. In a study to be released today, more than half of health care workers surveyed in Hong Kong said they would refuse to be vaccinated against swine flu because of possible side effects, according to published reports. In Britain, 30 percent of 1,500 nurses in a recent survey were against taking the vaccine."
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Answer by Grandmarga at 6:13 AM on Aug. 28, 2009
I work in the medical field and the doctors and nurses I work with are encouraging people to get the N1H1 vaccination. We, like every other hospital and major medical setting, have a N1H1 plan. In several counties over from us the hospital is already seen dozens of N1H1 cases. In one county over the first official case of N1H1 has been confirmed. Someone posted that just keep your babies and old people away from sick people. Well, that's nice. But when you as the parent work with sick people that is a little hard to do. And you don't want every single doctor and nurse to stay home who has children.....you would be up shit creek for a number of reasons not even related to flu if your family had an emergency. It is just not realistic to say things like that. My son has very bad asthma and other health issues. My spouse is diabetic. We all plan to get vaccinated for very good reasons.
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