– From 2009 fluoling season Flu regularly undergoes influenza A (H1N1). The virus continues to be widespread after the pandemic, "says Birgit Clover, a consultant at the Influenza Department of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
When pandemic broke out, some groups of us were seriously ill and the worst of all of us. Almost vaccination attempted to destroy homes and limit liberty.
Now no one knows about the serious threat to the swine flu, the virus is still coming to visit. The virus has spread in the past several times.
"The individual learns to combat viruses," says Klüwer.
This year's vaccine of risk groups contains two types of A-influenza and one B-influenza, and is one of the (H1N1).