The good news is that according to the Newsletter of Mayo Clinic, the swine flu vaccine targets the H1N1 virus that made its first reported appearance in the United States and Mexico in spring 2009.
This vaccine will be available for the public before the predicted major outbreak in this winter.
But would it be enough for all of us?
"The risk of swine flu infection is lower for people age 65 or older than for younger people. As vaccine supply and demand among younger age groups is being met, the swine flu vaccine will be offered to people over the age of 65."
This is something new for me, quite opposite what was in practice in the past.