By Juliette Delp
RICHMOND, Va. — Only 1300 of nearly 32,000 Virginia Commonwealth University students have received the H1N1 vaccine.
Dr. Margaret Roberson, Director of VCU’s Student Health Services, says that those who have not received the vaccine still should.
“Definitely we still want people to get vaccinated,” said Roberson.
By Eric Blackstock and Ben Shafer
RICHMOND, Va. – Officials at Virginia Commonwealth University are warning students to exercise precaution as swine flu, known officially as novel H1N1 influenza, may spread on campus this year.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified more than 40,000 cases of H1N1 in the United States. Colleges and universities have been declared “points of spread” for the virus.