Friday, Nov 6th, 2009
According to The Mississippi State Department of Health two students at Caledonia High had an allergic reaction after receiving the H1N1 vaccination.
Six others developed shortness of breath but not the classic allergic reaction symptoms. All were taken to Baptist Golden Triangle and have been released.
“It’s just an unfortunate situation that we made an attempt to provide a service to benefit children, and sometimes with the best laid plans you have problems and there was an issue today,” says Lowndes County Schools Superintendent Mike Halford.
“When you’ve got a bunch of kids and they’re all together getting shots and getting nervous about seeing the one in front of them get a shot, and then somebody starts saying I feel bad and they start thinking, well I feel bad too,” says Mississippi State Department of Health District 4 (interim) & 6 Health Officer Dr. Rebecca James.
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This article was posted: Friday, November 6, 2009 at 4:54 am