ATLANTA -- Retailers are limiting flu vaccines to customers who qualify as high-risk or priority patients under guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, here, in the wake of an unexpected shortage announced earlier this month. Following the closure of the British plant of vaccine manufacturer Chiron, Emeryville, Calif., the company said it would not be able to manufacture the 46 million doses it had promised the United States, according to statements from the CDC. ...

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