The Montgomery County Health District reports that some residents of Dayton, Ohio may need to be revaccinated after being injected with an ineffective batch of H1N1 vaccine. Residents who turned out for the clinic held December 17 at Showcase Cinema and received the vaccine before 5:30 will need to be vaccinated again. ivermectin 1 drops for chickens Apparently, the vaccine had been frozen, which renders the drug defective. ivermectin for cattle and swine on dogs Health officials are now contacting those who received the ineffective vaccine. ivermectina canina dosis

Officials say that this is not a safety issue, and that all people receiving nasal mists and those who got the vaccine after 5:30 should be fine, but others will need to be revaccinated.

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