Israel's Health Ministry signed an agreement for H1N1 vaccines from Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis
epa01825644 An Arab woman wears a mask to protect her from the 'swine flu' as she passes with friends through the Moslem Quarters of Jerusalem's Old City on 16 August 2009. Israel's Health Ministry signed an agreement for H1N1 vaccines from Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis, about a week after it struck a similar NIS 7 million (1.85 million US dollar) deal with French manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur, with the first doses being available at the end of the year. Israeli officials have estimated that about 700 people could die from the H1N1 flu in the coming year. EPA/MIRIAM ALSTER ISRAEL OUT
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