– Since 2009, the influenza A (H1N1) has become a seasonal seasonal flu. The post-pandemic situation then goes on, "says Birgitte Kluwer, a flu vaccine advisor at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
When the pandemic occurred, the infection was a serious illness, and sometimes in some groups it did not survive for us. More precisely, men have sent men to sow them to cut down their homes.
Nobody is particularly sure about the risk of swine flu infection, as the virus still goes. Many people have been exposed to the previous virus because they have been enduring.
"The body learns to protect against personal viruses," says Kluger.
This year the vaccine for the risk group includes two types of influenza A and one type B, and A (H1N1) – one of them.