October 27th, 2009
02:13 PM ET


[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/HEALTH/10/23/h1n1.vaccines/art.flu.shot.irpt.jpg caption="Cameron Harrelson, 16, of Baxley, Georgia, said he feels safer now that he got his H1N1 flu shot."]
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Who will be recommended to receive the 2009 H1N1 vaccine? Will two doses of vaccine be required? Can people who are allergic to eggs receive the 2009 H1N1 flu vaccine? These are some questions you may be asking yourself about the H1N1 vaccine.

Click here to view answers to most commonly asked questions and find out more about the H1N1 vaccine currently available in the US.

Filed under: H1N1
soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. Angela C.

    I am from westchester county, new york and as of this afternoon my primary doctory still does not have the seasonal flu vaccine or H1N1.
    I am told to try to get it thru other sources. It a shame that patients cannot get it thru their own doctor. It seems to me that it is distributed to pharmacies so that general public with a primary doctor or insurance could get it. So what happens to the people who trust their doctor to give it them. I am talking about patients that are at risk. I work with a school district, elementary, and I believe they should have their health dept. adminester it to their employees.

    October 27, 2009 at 6:49 pm |
  2. Joanne P.

    How do you discern the difference between seasonal flu and H1N1?

    October 27, 2009 at 2:43 pm |