NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 02, 1976
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(Studio) House Appropriations Committee okays $135 million for Preparation of swine influenza vaccine. Some doctors question safety of mass inoculations.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Atlanta, Georgia) State health representatives and doctors meet at Center for Disease Control. Many challenge government's decision to vaccinate so early as risky. [New Jersey health representative Dr. Martin GOLDFIELD - speaks of possibility of the flu striking or not striking.] [Alabama health director Dr. George HARDY JR. - says if vaccine found safe, would be derelict in duties if public not vaccinated.]
REPORTER: Jim Hickey (WSB-TV)
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