Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, November 23rd, 2004
The state has about 1.5 million doses of flu vaccine available. Michigan is receiving about 100,000 new doses each week, said Dean Sienko, MD, the state's acting chief medical executive.
The state has a better handle on where the vaccine is going than it did in October. Local health departments are working with doctors' offices and other healthcare providers to work toward getting every region of the state enough vaccine for its high-risk population.
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