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HHS chief warns of another swine flu outbreak

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With the latest swine flu outbreak winding down in the U.S., health officials are sounding an alarm that anyone who hasn't been vaccinated needs to get a shot now. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius warns that a second big wave of swine flu could yet sweep the country this winter. And after getting beat up by lawmakers left unhappy last fall when initial vaccine shipments fell far short of projections, Sebelius is leaving no doubt that anyone who wants a jab now can get one. "We've got about 132 million doses of vaccine allocated to state and local health departments and more is coming every week--enough for everyone who wants to get vaccinated." Now that there's plenty of supply, though, more people are shrugging off the threat of H1N1. Report

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