People work on the embryonated chicken eggs for H1N1 vaccine
epa01781072 People work on the embryonated chicken eggs planted with H1N1 flu virus at a pharmaceutical company in Hangzhou in east China's Zhejiang province 02 July 2009. The company, one of the 11 companies allowed in the H1N1 flu vaccine production in China, plans to hand over five million doses of the vaccine to the central government by 30 September. EPA/WANG YING
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