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Scarce vaccine supplies in an influenza pandemic should not be distributed randomly: reply to McLachlan
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    opponent to McLachlan

    Dear Editor,

    I agree with the author that immunisation should not be given by lottery in face of influenza pandemic.

    There are several professions that are vital to the continuation of public healthcare in an influenza pandemic, including police, doctors, nurses and other workers in the hospitals. As their survival is important for the control of influenza and reduction of mortality in the general public, the...

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