Compulsory vaccination in Norway

Saturday, July 4, 2009

The Norwegian health authorities this fall will start a program of mass vaccination against the A H1N1 flu, also called the Swine flu. A total of 9.4 million doses have been ordered from the suppliers.

All will be given two innoculations, two weeks apart, Mons Tidende reports. The total cost will be NOK 650 million.

So far, only 23 cases of the flu has been diagnosed in Norway, but the authorities expect that the number will increase.

Editors Note:
Let you do not foist compulsory vaccination! The day before yesterday there was a critical and a good story in the newspaper why not for vaccination choice. Today, however, was on the front page that the flu is dangerous than thought. Be alert to the massive propaganda regarding this vaccination. Leave nothing to talk! Everything is based on fear. Fear is your worst consultant that we know right? Kappen with nonsense.