• Kyodo News


Experts on a health ministry panel agreed Friday that a single shot of vaccine for the new H1N1 strain of influenza is sufficient instead of two for those aged 13 and older, including pregnant women and patients with certain underlying illnesses.

The agreement came after an interim report on clinical tests of swine flu showed that a single shot of domestically produced vaccine worked perfectly well.

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