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US President Obama and First Lady get vaccinated against H1N1 flu

2009-12-22 11:15 BJT

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A White House nurse prepares to administer the H1N1 vaccine to U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2009. Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have received their H1N1 vaccine shots, said Obama on Monday. (Xinhua/Pete Souza)
A White House nurse prepares to administer the H1N1 vaccine to U.S. President 
Barack Obama at the White House on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2009. Obama and first 
lady Michelle Obama have received their H1N1 vaccine shots, said Obama on 
Monday. (Xinhua/Pete Souza)

In an interview today with American Urban Radio Networks in the Oval Office, the President made clear that the time for adults to get their H1N1 shots is now and that it is safe. "People need to understand that this vaccine is safe," Obama said. "Michelle and I just got the shots ourselves... we wanted to make sure nationwide that children were getting it before adults did. And now there's enough vaccine so that adults should get it as well."

In an interview today ,the US President made clear that the time for adults to get their H1N1 shots is now and that it is safe.
In an interview today ,the US President made clear that the 
time for adults to get their H1N1 shots is now and that it 
is safe.

Editor: Du Xiaodan | Source: CCTV.com