Swine flu vaccine: small patients get it first

In Switzerland the vaccination campaign has started later than in other countries, but it's now underway, with small children at the front of the queue. The federal health authorities recommend they should get it as a priority, along with pregnant women, at-risk patients and hospital personnel. (TSR/swissinfo)

This content was published on November 16, 2009

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