More H1N1 Flu Vaccine Recalled Due to Loss of Potency
Another 63,500 doses of H1N1 flu vaccine in Minnesota have been recalled by the manufacturer because tests found it was losing effectiveness, state officials reported Wednesday.
That is nearly seven times the number of weakened doses recalled in Minnesota last week.
The City of El Paso's Department of Public Health said today that the latest H1N1 vaccine recall does not affect the department's distribution of the vaccine.
The Department of Public Health received 300 doses of the specified lots of the H1N1 flu nasal spray vaccine that are now being voluntarily recalled. The doses were administered in October when the product was still fully potent.