Georgia H1N1 Cases Spike; CDC Blames Low Vaccination Rates

Health officials are carefully watching a spike in cases of the pandemic H1N1 flu in the Southeastern United States. Georgia is particularly worrisome, with 40 people admitted to hospital for the flu last week -- more than in any other state, according to Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. Georgia has outpaced the rest of the nation in laboratory-confirmed H1N1 flu cases admitted to hospitals for the past three weeks, Schuchat...Full Story
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