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The 33 NewsWhite boxes with doses of the H1N1 vaccine finally arrived at the Dallas County Health Department. It's what health care workers had been waiting for, but there are two problems. The first delivery, 700 doses, is a drop in the bucket of the 25, 000 doses...
The 33 NewsH1N1 is causing all kinds of health problems, and now you can add manufacturing issues to the list. The crunch to produce the H1N1 vaccine has cut into production of the seasonal flu vaccine. Passport Health Executive Director Arthur Dawson received...
Tags: Dallas County, Employees, Vaccines, Death, Swine Flu
The 33 NewsThe 211 information line at the Dallas Council of Greater Dallas lights up 24 hours a day. Over the past six days, operators have fielded nearly 6,000 phone calls. 353 regarding H1N1, that's about 6% of all calls. Information Specialist Stephanie Wells...
The 33 NewsIn a tiny Fort Worth strip mall doctors are conducting important clinical trials. Dr. William Seger examines Johnny Morris junior and his brother Braden to see if they qualify for the swine flu trial. Over the past three weeks, more than 200 people...
The 33 NewsGeorge Dawson middle school in Southlake is home to more than 600 students, and as of Wednesday night, more than 30 of them are home and being treated for swine flu. Students were sent home with a letter explaining the cases are mild and also offering...
The 33 NewsThe swine flu is getting all the headlines, but when it comes to vaccines, the seasonal flu is first in line. Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services started giving seasonal flu shots on Monday. John Baker is among the first in the county...
Tags: Dallas County, Employees, John Baker, Vaccines, Medical Services
The 33 NewsIt seems like just yesterday it was springtime in north Texas, schools were closed because the swine flu threat. In May, in Dallas county, four kids were infected and all four suffered neurological complications, two had seizures. Dallas County Medical...
The 33 News200 doses of the H1N1 nasal mist arrived late this afternoon at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. A half dozen doctors and nurses were the first to receive the vaccine. Misti Evans got vaccinated, she's an urgent care nurse where people with H1N1...
The 33 NewsFederal health officials promise more doses of the hard to find H1N1 vaccine are on the way. But for many parents, the only thing harder than finding the vaccine, is deciding weather or not to have their kids vaccinated. Tricia Lensmeyer says having her...
The 33 NewsIt's the calm before the storm, of people wanting the H1N1 vaccine. The doses are chilled and ready to go. Tomorrow, the Dallas County Health Department will hold it's first, first come, first serve swine flu clinic. Tamesha Washington says to attend....
The 33 NewsPediatrician Gregory Sonnen calls this flu season the most challenging ever. He received 80 doses of the H1N1 vaccine and he says he can't give it away. "We still have around 60 doses left, so we gave out about 20 doses in about a week. It's all we've...
The 33 NewsThe Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services was busy today with people getting back-to school shots. When it comes to the H1N1 vaccine, however, Director Zach Thompson says, "It's like having one slice of pizza at a party and you gotta...
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