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  Kislev 7, 5770 , 24/11/09

Forty Three People Complained of Vaccine Side Effects

Forty three people who have received inoculations for the H1N1 swine flu virus have complained of side effects, the Health Ministry said Tuesday. According to the Ministry's Dr. Itamar Grotto, eleven of those who had complaints suffered from local aches and pains, eight had trouble breathing, seven had allergic reactions, two had headaches, and one said he couldn't walk after taking the vaccine.

So far, more than 90,000 people in Israel have received the swine flu shot.

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