Today the Courier Mail reported a bizarre influenza outbreak at Middle Park State School, where 1 in 3 people (children, teachers etc) from the school have reported in sick with the flu.
- 1 in 3 got the anti-flu shots yet still got sick?
- 1 in 3 didn’t get the anti-flu shots yet still got sick?
- Why do those with the supposed protection, fear those without it?
- Why only the one school? Did / do they have an anti-flu shot program running from that school?
Bloody newspapers that only report half the story, piss me off.
As per my Courier Mail comment, I know people, including my father 4 years ago, that got the $30+ anti-flu shot, yet still caught the flu.
Last shot I had was about 30 years ago, for tetanus.
I’ve lived in a draughty, dusty caravan with holes in the floor the last 20 years … yet the last time I had the flu? Apart from near death bronchitis (which doesn’t count) about 2 years ago, I honestly don’t remember. I think I had a 24hr head cold about 3 years ago, but that’s it.
Must be all the cheap Sonata wine I drink? 🙂
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Look out the devils back in town. You were away so long…I had no use for it…I couldn’t work out how to use it…it ended up being sold and the money sent to Vince’s family.