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(From Yorkshire Post)
Mike Waites Health Correspondent ENOUGH vaccine to inoculate everyone in the country against a pandemic strain of flu will be manufactured after the deadly virus breaks out, the Government pledged yesterday.
The chief medical officer Sir Liam Donaldson said 120 million doses - equivalent to two per person - will be made. But he warned the vaccine could not be created until the exact strain of flu was know, leaving tens of thousands vulnerable in the first six months of infection.
Last night one of the country's leading virologists Prof John Oxford welcomed the move but called for vaccines against existing flu strains, which …