With swine flu inoculations now under way for medical workers, other people may be anxious about when it will be their turn. As cooler weather sets in, and with it higher risks of contracting the new H1N1 virus, the government is administering vaccinations on a priority basis, with healthy working-age adults getting their shots probably in the first few months of next year.
Here is some practical information on who will be inoculated when, and whether the vaccine is safe:
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