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Small Pox Vaccinations

By Chris Ulanowski

WRVO – State and local officials across the nation are detailing how they will respond to the Bush Administration's plan to vaccinate a half-million health care workers against small pox. Health care workers would be among the first responders who would help protect the public against a bio-terror attack.
But New York's largest healthcare workers union, Local 11-99 of the Service Employees International Union, is raising some concerns that would apply to the general public as well.

WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke with registered nurse, Patricia Greenburg, about those concerns.