The first doses of the H1N1 vaccine were administered in Pitt County Thursday. Young children and those vulnerable for the swine flu waited in line for the health department's recent shipment. But-- not everyone is jumping in line for the vaccine.
Some mothers intend to protect their children with the vaccine while others fret from the bad information and rumors spreading around on the Internet about the H1N1 vaccine.
Health officials say there is a risk of an allergic reaction to the swine flu vaccine---but say--that is true with all vaccines.
The Pitt County Health Department received 900 doses of the vaccine in the form of a nasal spray--but for some, that still doesn't entice even the most skeptical
The H1N1 vaccine will last up to a year once the vaccine is received..
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