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THE National Institute for Communicable Diseases is advising people who fall within the health high risk group to be vaccinated against H1N1 influenza.
These include pregnant women irrespective of the stage of pregnancy, persons over the age of 6 months with underlying medical conditions- chronic lung disease, chronic cardiac disease, diabetes, HIV-infected people and others who are immunosuppressed.
NICD spokesperson Nombuso Shabalala said though the flu season had not started it was advisable for high risk people to be vaccinated.
"The dominant strain this season is likely to be the H1N1 strain based on what was experienced during the northern hemisphere winter season," Shabalala said.
"A supplementary vaccination programme has been facilitated by a private-public partnership. A specific vaccine that targets H1N1 only is now available through the private sector at Dischem, Clicks pharmaciesa and public heath clinics."
Clicks managing director Michael Harvey said: "We have received 300000 doses of the H1N1 swine flu vaccine and all systems are in place to cope with the expected high demand."