CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 30, 1976
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(Studio) 4 drug firms begin distributing swine flu vaccine. More snafus expected.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(NYC) New York City short of vaccine. Instances cited. [Dep. health commissioner Dr. Pascal IMPERATO - blames federal government] Opinions with regard to swine flu shot divided. [WOMAN - is advised against it.] [Medical ASSISTANT - favors it.] [MAN - hasn't considered it.] [2nd MAN - fears getting flu from shot.] [3rd MAN - advised to take it.] [4th MAN - is skeptical.] US Public Health Service optimistic with regard to supply. New York City officials doubtful.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard
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