NEW YORK -- The many supermarket chains that will administer shots for the approaching flu season, which begins in October, are being advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, to delay such initiatives. "Health care providers, health organizations, commercial companies -- any organization planning an organized, mass influenza vaccine campaign for 2000 to 2001 -- should delay that program until early to mid-November," said CDC spokeswoman Kathy Harben. In making ...

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