Last of the hospital’s flu vaccines on offer

| 18/12/2014

(CNS): Local health officials are offering the public a last chance to inoculate against flu this winter as there a few hundred shots left from the hospital order of around 3000. Dr Kiran Kumar, the director of primary health care, said the peak flu season is now underway and no more vaccine will be purchased but the remaining doses will be offered on a first come first serve basis at no cost to all residents and no appointments are necessary. People wanting shots can visit the general practice clinic at the Cayman Islands hospital, Faith hospital in Cayman Brac and all district health centres, from 2- 4pm Monday through Friday. Residents in Little Cayman should contact the clinic to make arrangements. For further information contact the Public Health Department on 244-2648.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Steer clear from it. components in vaccines are neurotoxic and may depress your immune response or cause brain and immune dysfunction, particularly heavy metals such as mercury preservatives and aluminum adjuvants,alter your t-cell function and lead you to become chronically ill.Vaccines can trigger allergies or autoimmune disorders.

    Google this: Peripheral Sympathetic Nerve Dysfunction in Adolescent Japanese Girls Following Immunization with the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV).


    HPV is another heavily promoted vaccination in the Cayman Islands. And I guarantee not a single doctor in the Cayman Islands knows what Peripheral Sympathetic Nerve Dysfunction is and how to diagnose or treat it.  

    And I tell you, as someone who has it (not from vaccination),there is no treatment, and it is hell on earth. 

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it

  2. Anonymous says:

    CDC reports this year's flu shot is less effective than in previous years because the most common strain of Influenza A reported, H3N2, has already mutated.  Always worth taking the jab anyway, just in case.  Make sure you see the jabber opening a fresh sterile needle.  As a general policy, do not accept pre-rigged needles from anyone. Ever.   

  3. what's in the shot says:

    Its better you think prevention and do without it. For 5 years I didn't took a flu shot and can proudly say I'm still around, healthy and strong.