Obama administration pushes swine flu vaccines in ads

AP/Washington Post, December 7, 2009
Pushing Americans to receive swine flu vaccinations, the Obama administration released a new slate of television and radio ads to counter the illness. The public service announcements target children and their parents, young adults, and those in high-risk groups, such as people with asthma. The ads in English and Spanish come as a shortage of the vaccine is easing, with another 10 million doses expected to become available this week.

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