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Staff reporterA female child died on July 18 from complications of H1N1 influenza (swine flu) and her underlying health conditions. This is the second reported H1N1 death in King County. "Our hearts go out to this child's family," said Dr. David Fleming, Director and...
Tags: Swine Flu, Seattle, Hospitals and Clinics, Vaccines, Health
The World Health Organization has declared swine flu a pandemic during an emergency meeting in Geneva today. It is the first flu pandemic declaration in 41 years. A W.H.O. spokesperson informed member nations of the decision after today's meeting....
KIAHWhen Texas gets its Swine Flu, or H1N1 vaccines there will only be enough shots available for about one-fifth of the state's population. That was revealed by the state on Wednesday. Texans are being told not to panic about the initial short supply. The...
KIAHWe watched as little Ella Grace Carayanas got her dose of the nasal spray. Her mother says she's glad her three-year-old daughter is now protected against H1N1. "She started school this year and they've had a couple of outbreaks," said Heather Carayanas....
KIAHThe H1N1 vaccine is not easy to find because there just isn't that much in Texas right now. "The vaccine is coming out in trickles," said Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services spokeswoman Rita Obey. "We had a choice. We could...
KIAHJust last week Harris County announced the first Houston area death from Swine Flu. Now the number of deaths from H1N1, or Swine Flu stands at eight. Six people have died in the county and two more in Houston. There were also two deaths in Fort Bend...
Tags: Harris County, Swine Flu, Preventative Medicine, Texas, Vaccines
KIAHIn the basement of a Houston office building behind a few touches of a secure keypad is the key to stopping the spread of H1N1 in the Houston area. 500 doses of the H1N1 vaccine arrived this week at the office for Harris County Public Health. 39 News...
KIAHAs hundreds continue to die of the H1N1 virus, news of a vaccine shortage has many on edge. "We simply don't have enough vaccine in the state of Texas to vaccinate anyone at will," said Kathy Barton of the Houston Health Department. "It's crazy," said...
H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine On The Way as Local Hospital Making It Requirement For Staff To Receive Swine Flu VaccineWeb ReporterThere is good news and bad news on the swine flu front. First the good news. The first batch of the H1-N1 vaccine is on its way to Washington State. The bad news is a new report lists Washington State among 15 states that could run out of hospital...
Tags: Swine Flu, Seattle, Employees, Hospitals and Clinics, Vaccines
KIAHDALLAS (AP) - The Texas Department of State Health Services says a preliminary report shows flu is "widespread" across the state. Department spokesman Doug McBride said Tuesday that it's assumed that most of that flu is the H1N1 strain, also known as...
South Florida doctors and pharmacies have started giving flu shots, weeks earlier than usual in advance of the first season after the swine-flu epidemic. Florida officials may need the extra time to promote the idea. The state ranked at the bottom...
Tags: Allergies, Swine Flu, Nose, Epidemics and Plagues, Vaccines
Booster ShotsActivity of the pandemic H1N1 influenza virus continues to ebb in the United States, with no states reporting widespread flu activity in the week ending Jan. 23 and only five states reporting regional activity. Hospitalization rates have leveled off, and....
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