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It is amazing that retail stores and pharmacies are giving flu
vaccine. They should not be offering nor should it be available to non-medical sources. I wonder how they are equiped to handle anaphalactic
What is more amazing is that I can not get flu vaccine but retail
outlets can. I do not understand the logic in distributing to none
medical facilities flu vaccine. The sickest patient's generally do not
shop. Many are shut in and venture out to their doctors but few other
places. They expect the vaccine to be available to them thru their doctor
not their pharmacy. Unfortunately it is not.