The link is here. I think it's prudent for folks to get it. Of course, I think you should use your personal judgment when it comes to getting the shots. No, no. I'm not talking about the voodoo science that's being spread about vaccines.
What I mean is if you're in the priority category, get it. Pregnant folks (women) and children. Here are some critical information I ripped from a health site in Orange County, CA.
- people who live with or care for children younger than 6 months of age,
- healthcare and emergency medical services personnel,
- persons between the ages of 6 months through 24 years of age, and
- people from ages 25 through 64 years who are at higher risk for Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza complications because of chronic health disorders or compromised immune systems
- Approximately 10% of the vaccine supply will be available through Kaiser Permanente to its members (NOW AVAILABLE)
- More than 1,000 private health care providers will receive vaccine, so check with your provider
- Many schools, colleges and universities will be offering onsite vaccinations for school children
- Many Community Clinics will have vaccinations available to the public
- Several hospitals, cities, community service centers, and the Health Care Agency will be offering public vaccination clinics.
Anyway, there are lines for a lot of the public venue where shots are provided. Charge up your iPhones, smartphones, and Kindles and be prepared to wait a bit. And it could save your life as well as those of your love ones.