Spectrum | 01.12.2009 | 17:30
Swine flu vaccine remains controversial
In Germany the Robert Koch Institute is reporting that the number of new cases of H1N1 is on the decline. Though across the border in France, the government has called out the army's health services to help with vaccinations.
Roughly 65 million people worldwide have now been vaccinated against swine flu, but it seems that controversy over the new vaccine is also spreading like a disease, with reports of dangerous side effects, a medical community at odds with itself, and officials trying to cope with confused and concerned citizens.
Report: Laura Schweiger