The pandemic spread of Swine Flu seems to have died down in Sweden. So far, only a third of all the ordered vaccine doses has been used. From this, it seems Sweden ordered far too many doses. What will now happen with the excess? Should Sweden follow Germany's lead and re-negotiate future deliveries? Should Sweden be satisfied now that some 65% of the population of 9 million have been vaccinated?
Radio Sweden's BS finds out from Göran Stiernstedt, director of health care at the national association of local authorities.