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Swine Flu Scam: Get Yours At Your Local Hospital

by | 13th, January 2011

THE number of flu deaths in the UK this winter is, according to the figures already released 50 with 45 due to swine flu the H1N1 virus but the England and Wales Health Protection Agency is today (January 13) going to release updated statistics.

It probably needs to since in the island of Jersey (also part of the UK) the health department has recorded 62 cases of swine flu out of a total of 116 cases of flu up to 9 January.

The Channel Islands health department has already written to parents with advice about the virus. Last winter 80 per cent of children were vaccinated against swine flu. This is in direct opposition to the advice the English and Wales health authorities say they are being given.

Today’s figure will be for England and Wales only. The devolved Scotland and Assembly-governed Northern Ireland have their own health departments.
The Department of Health will also publish figures on the number of people suffering from flu.

The latest statistics are released as the mother of one three-year-old child victim has called for a national vaccination programme. Gemma Ameen, 28, and her husband, Zana, switched off life support to their daughter, Lana, just two days after she caught a cold

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