From: john on
Doesn't say much for the vaccine does it, except it looks to have killed
her.

"She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days before
coming down with symptoms of the flu"

Quebec woman dies after contracting H1N1 virus

Updated: Wed Nov. 04 2009 5:17:04 PM
http://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20091103/mtl_childrens_er091104/20091103/
ctvmontreal.ca

A 42-year-old Quebec woman has died from complications resulting from the
H1N1 virus.

It is the third death in the province since September.

The woman, who worked at the Monteregie Health and Social Services Centre,
died Tuesday night.

Public health officials said the woman was not a nurse or front line worker
who was in contact with patients.

She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days before
coming down with symptoms of the flu.

Montreal public health agency alters vaccination plan

Montreal's public health agency says young children will get the H1N1 shot
sooner than originally planned, as CTV Montreal's Cindy Sherwin first
reported Tuesday.

The official announcement was made on Wednesday morning for ten mass
vaccination centres that will be opened from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Montreal vaccinations scheduled for Friday Nov. 6 for families with babies
under 6 months, along with people with weak immune systems, will instead
take place one day early, on Thursday, Nov. 5.

Additionally, children under the age of 5 -- originally scheduled for
vaccinations beginning Monday, Nov. 9 -- will be added to that priority
group.

The health agency says the decision is the result of many children coming
down with the flu.

"Everyone will get their turn"

Montreal public health officials even those who are in good health should be
vaccinated - but they will have to wait their turn.

Here is the schedule, from the Montreal Health and Social Services Centre:


From: Peter B-Aboriginal on

"john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote in message
news:JridneQ5iNYsqWbXnZ2dnUVZ8mSdnZ2d(a)bt.com...
> Doesn't say much for the vaccine does it, except it looks to have
> killed her.
>
> "She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days
> before coming down with symptoms of the flu"
>
> Quebec woman dies after contracting H1N1 virus
>
> Updated: Wed Nov. 04 2009 5:17:04 PM
> http://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20091103/mtl_childrens_er091104/20091103/
> ctvmontreal.ca
>
> A 42-year-old Quebec woman has died from complications resulting from
> the H1N1 virus.
>

Died from complications resulting from..................

Doesn't say anything about the vaccine there, does it Johnnie boy. It
also does not say it killed her.

The people there wonder if the vaccine was too slow in acting.

Fearmonger.


From: tools on
Peter B-Aboriginal wrote:
> "john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote in message
> news:JridneQ5iNYsqWbXnZ2dnUVZ8mSdnZ2d(a)bt.com...
>> Doesn't say much for the vaccine does it, except it looks to have
>> killed her.
>>
>> "She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days
>> before coming down with symptoms of the flu"
>>
>> Quebec woman dies after contracting H1N1 virus
>>
>> Updated: Wed Nov. 04 2009 5:17:04 PM
>> http://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20091103/mtl_childrens_er091104/20091103/
>> ctvmontreal.ca
>>
>> A 42-year-old Quebec woman has died from complications resulting from
>> the H1N1 virus.
>>
>
> Died from complications resulting from..................
>
> Doesn't say anything about the vaccine there, does it Johnnie boy. It
> also does not say it killed her.
>
> The people there wonder if the vaccine was too slow in acting.
>
> Fearmonger.
>
>
Peter, you have surpassed your former asinine comment mark. Bravo!
From: Mark Probert on
On Nov 11, 5:03 pm, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
> Doesn't say much for the vaccine does it, except it looks to have killed
> her.
>
> "She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days before
> coming down with symptoms of the flu"

Once again, John is being STOOPID. The vaccine does NOT confer instant
immunity. A significant immune response takes around 10 days. This
woman died from the H1N1 virus, and not the vaccine.

That is what you call an inconvenient truth for anti-vac liars.

>
> Quebec woman dies after contracting H1N1 virus
>
> Updated: Wed Nov. 04 2009 5:17:04 PMhttp://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20091103/mtl_children...
> ctvmontreal.ca
>
> A 42-year-old Quebec woman has died from complications resulting from the
> H1N1 virus.
>
> It is the third death in the province since September.
>
> The woman, who worked at the Monteregie Health and Social Services Centre,
> died Tuesday night.
>
> Public health officials said the woman was not a nurse or front line worker
> who was in contact with patients.
>
> She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days before
> coming down with symptoms of the flu.
>
> Montreal public health agency alters vaccination plan
>
> Montreal's public health agency says young children will get the H1N1 shot
> sooner than originally planned, as CTV Montreal's Cindy Sherwin first
> reported Tuesday.
>
> The official announcement was made on Wednesday morning for ten mass
> vaccination centres that will be opened from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
>
> Montreal vaccinations scheduled for Friday Nov. 6 for families with babies
> under 6 months, along with people with weak immune systems, will instead
> take place one day early, on Thursday, Nov. 5.
>
> Additionally, children under the age of 5 -- originally scheduled for
> vaccinations beginning Monday, Nov. 9 -- will be added to that priority
> group.
>
> The health agency says the decision is the result of many children coming
> down with the flu.
>
> "Everyone will get their turn"
>
> Montreal public health officials even those who are in good health should be
> vaccinated - but they will have to wait their turn.
>
> Here is the schedule, from the Montreal Health and Social Services Centre:

From: Mike on
Mark Probert wrote:
> On Nov 11, 5:03 pm, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>> Doesn't say much for the vaccine does it, except it looks to have killed
>> her.
>>
>> "She had also received the H1N1 vaccination on Oct. 29, two days before
>> coming down with symptoms of the flu"
>
> Once again, John is being STOOPID. The vaccine does NOT confer instant
> immunity. A significant immune response takes around 10 days. This
> woman died from the H1N1 virus, and not the vaccine.
>

The article does not say whether it was a weakened or dead virus
vaccine. With a live weakened virus she could get flu if she
was immunosuppressed for any reason.
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