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Doctors are recommending those in the high risk groups get vaccinated next month, even though flu season doesn't usually arrive until October.
Dr. Jon R. Krohmer
Acting Asst. Sec. for Health Affairs and Chief Medical Officer
June 4, 2009
During National Influenza Vaccination Week, many examine what they had to do because of employees calling in sick -- and what they could do to improve continuity of operations planning in the future.
Agency under NIH hopes to have vaccine ready for general public by mid-October.
Rep. Lynch calls department guidance "unacceptable." Others say agency more worried about public relations than employee health.
SBA Tuesday closed its Herndon, Va. loan processing facility after it received word that a worker had come down with the virus. The shutdown sent home about 100 employees. The center has since re-opened.