Supply of flu vaccine gets a shot in the arm
Put away the tea, blanket and tissues: This year, health officials say, there should be plenty of flu shots to go around.
“We’re recommending that everyone, age 6 months and up, get one this year,” said Dr. Anita Barry, director of Boston’s infectious disease bureau.
Last year’s swine-flu pandemic and problems manufacturing the vaccine led to a shortage that sparked long lines at clinics and forced many in the Bay State to wait until late in the end of the season to get vaccinated.
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