MADISON (WKOW)--As the first doses of the H1N1 flu vaccine are being given to health care workers this week, some people are worried that the rush to develop and manufacture the vaccine compromised safety.
Wisconsin recevied 46,000 doses of the nasal mist form of the vaccine this week.
Those went to large hosptials and clinics to vaccinate health care workers.
More doses are expected next week, including the injectable form.
The general public may start receiving vaccinations by the end of the month.
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