Swine flu vaccine
Interim Report of the National Narcolepsy Task Force, 31 January 2011 (PDF 790,9 KB)
National Institute for Health and Welfare recommends discontinuation of Pandemrix vaccinations (press release 1 Feb 2011)
The most common symptoms of swine flu can include sudden fever, a sore throat, cough and a runny nose. Other possible symptoms are body aches, headache, chills and tiredness.
Symptoms of swine flu
Advice on home care
Who should have the vaccine? Who should seek medical care? Who will be treated with antiviral drugs?
At-risk groups for swine flu
Pregnancy in itself does not increase the risk of swine flu infection, even if it does affect the immune system. However, pregnant women are at considerable risk of serious infection, because they are often in contact with small children, who transmit the virus very easily.
Swine flu and pregnant women