Swine flu on the rise in St. Vincent & The Grenadines; influenza vaccine to be used

 As the number of swine flu cases in St Vincent & The Grenadines continues to increase, health officials are preparing to introduce the influenza vaccine as part of protective measures.
The Ministry of Health's surveillance committee said there was a significant increase in Influenza A-H1NI cases with thirty-two laboratory-confirmed cases.
The Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health says influenza vaccines are not routinely administered; however, given the current situation, it had become necessary.
The Ministry of Health has recommended that members of the public take all necessary precautions to protect themselves from infectious diseases such as COVID-19, dengue fever,  and influenza viruses such as Influenza A-H1NI

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