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Health

Swine Flu Security Fears

Published lördag 5 september 2009 kl 12.00

The local health authority in the southern Swedish country of Östergötland is concerned that there might be such a demand for the vaccine against Swine Flu, that they are considering employing security guards to stand outside doctor's surgeries and health centres.

A representative of the authority told local Swedish Radio news that she hopes that people will let the risks groups get through to get the vaccine first, but isn't ruling out bringing in guards to make sure that happens.

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