With any luck, we’ll remember 2009 as the year of swine flu. H1N1 isn’t quite done with us though, but this time, in 2014, we have a vaccine. Vaccine and all, several people recently died in Michigan because of our old nemesis swine flu.
How Dangerous is Swine Flu in 2014?
Though many people have died in recent days from swine flu infections, because of the near universal availability of the swine flu vaccine, we’re not as worried this time around. Nonetheless, anti-vaccine or “anti-vaxer” adherents and their ilk, like Jenny McCarthy and the inbred morons listening to the former Playboy Playmate, pose a serious health risk to the US and the world. Vaccines are cheap and they’re safe. “Better than safe, they’re smart,” said anybody who trusts scientists and doctors more than Playboy Playmates.
Should I get a Swine Flu Vaccine? And how?
Duh. Yes. Get vaccinated!
If you have health insurance, it’s free or cheap. If you don’t have health insurance in 2014, you might have bigger problems, but you should still get vaccinated because it’s still cheap and smart. The plain 2013/2014 flu shot or flu vaccine protects against H1N1/swine flu and several other strains. It’s quick and painless too, so get your shot today. Every year doctors and top scientists around the world tailor the annual flu vaccine to target prominent strains. Don’t be a complete idiot-retard. Get your shot today, unless you want to take health advice from people known for their boobs and the misery they’ve caused others based on fear, uncertainty and doubt.