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Q.  Should all children and doctors be vaccinated with H1N1 vaccine_?
Poll Results

   
Yes
 46.92%
   
No
 41.82%
   
Not sure
 11.26%
 
Sr. NoDateRemarks
1
14 Aug 2010There are no side effect to vaccine,though pandemic is over,but still cases are being reported.
2
13 Aug 2010It is not cost effective
3
11 Aug 2010Are you mad_? This is plain a money issue.
4
11 Aug 2010ofcourse yes,who knows who will be target of h1n1
5
06 Aug 2010as the incidence of swine flu increasing, it is better to vaccinate the children and professionals.- Dr Dampuri Ramesh Babu
6
06 Aug 2010THE VACCINE IS FOR PREVENTION IS ......THAN CURE! IT WILL DO NO HARM AND GIVE POSSIBLY SOME BENEFIT!!
7
06 Aug 2010prevention is better than cure
8
06 Aug 2010Childhood population is the main reservoir for influenza viruses and thus the major source for influenza infections in adults. Influenza has a relarively high mortality rate especially in older people. For public health a high immunization rate for influenza {incl. H1N1} is mandatory.
9
05 Aug 2010actually need more data of the viral mutation behaviour , status of immunity afforded by and severity of adverse reactions to the injectable vaccine
10
05 Aug 2010not only childern and health care workers, all people should get influenza vaccine
12


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