In conjunction with the White House, Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security and Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education, are holding an H1N1 Influenza Preparedness Summit today.  The meeting will focus on plans to monitor the spread of 2009-H1N1 and to initiate plans for a vaccination program (assuming a safe vaccine is produced).

To view today’s live airing of the summit or for more information on preparing for and managing the effects of H1N1, visit Flu.gov.

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  1. H1N1 vaccines will be produced. Fortunately, the virus has not mutated yet. One fear is that a viral mutation will develop after vaccine manufacturing is in progress rendering the vaccine less effective. Hopefully, vaccinations will begin in October, although there won’t be enough for all of us then. Health experts will advise who should receive the vaccine when the initial supply is limited.

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