One of two new flu centres in the Bromley borough has closed due to a lack of demand for antiviral drugs.C'mon MSM, you aren't managing to stoke up the panic! Gordon will be soooo cross....
The antiviral collection point at the Beckenham Clinic in The Crescent, Beckenham, opened on Friday (July 24) to coincide with the launch of the National Flu Service.
Another centre at the Bromley North Clinic in Babbacombe Road, Bromley, opened on Saturday (July 25).
But bosses at Bromley Primary Care Trust (PCT) say nurses only handed out 200 courses of Tamiflu drugs over the weekend - not enough to justify keeping the Beckenham centre open.
Wednesday, 29 July 2009
Swine Flu Crisis? What Swine Flu Crisis?
Labels: NHS, scaremongering
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We don't have a lot of it up our way either. Must be a big centre phenomenon.
Or a totally manufactured panic phenomenon...
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