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User511324 said on 20 December 2010

The re-written page makes it slightly easier to understand the protection offered and why H1N1 was included even when the World health Organisation have declared the pandemic over in 2009. However, there is no explanation why the groups elegible have been extended. For example, I was offered the jab as I am pregnant. Last year pregnant women who were not in a high risk group were not offered the jab. If H1N1 is just another strain of the flu why are more people being offered the jab this year? On the basis women like me were not offered the jab in any other year I have decided not to accept the offer this year.