Wall St. Before Main St. for H1N1 Vaccine?

But in a statement, Goldman Sachs said they intend to follow the CDC's vaccine guidelines. "It is important to understand that the Department of Health decides in its sole discretion who receives H1N1 vaccines -- both the amount and timing. Goldman Sachs, like other responsible employers, has requested vaccine and will supply it only to employees who qualify based on the requirements laid down by the CDC and Department of Health."

The ABC News Medical Unit's Radha Chitale, Roger Sergel, Courtney Hutchison and Dan Childs contributed to this report.

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