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Pregnant women and the H1N1 influenza shot, Questions and Answers


This Web site provides information for pregnant women on the H1N1 influenza shot. It includes information on vaccine safety, thimerosal,  giving the live nasal vaccine as a health care worker, and what to do if a pregnant women accidentally receives the live vaccine as opposed to the shot.

Primary Toolkit:

Influenza Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Infectious Diseases, Maternal Health, Pandemic Influenza


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