"People are inoculated with H1N1 flu vaccinations by nurses at Eliot-Hine Middle School "
epa01907268 Children and parents wait in a long line to receive H1N1 flu vaccinations administered to mostly children and pregnant women by Washington DC Department of Health employees and volunteer nurses at Eliot-Hine Middle School in Washington DC, USA, 22 October 2009. Vaccines for H1N1 have taken longer to produce than expected resulting in supplies unable to meet demands. As of 10 October 2009 there have been 292 flu-related deaths, including H1N1, in the US. There have also been 198 flu-related school closures in 15 states affecting 65,000 students, according to the Department of Education 21 October 2009. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
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