AN annual flu jab for children under five could prevent the spread
of the virus among the rest of the population, health bosses believe.
Researchers for the Health Protection Agency (HPA (1) (High Performance Addressing) Refers to a variety of earlier addressing techniques that improved the quality of a passive matrix (LCD) screen.
(2) (High Power A ) estimated the
effects of vaccinating under-twos, under-fives and under-16s against the
A programme vaccinating everyone under the age of 16 would reduce
the incidence of influenza A influenza A
Influenza caused by infection with a strain of influenza virus type A.