Our expert says:
Unfortunately there is no vaccine against either one of the A(H1N1) or H1N4 virusses you mention.
To prevent spread cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing.
Regular handwashing is very important to ensure you don't get infected after having been in contact with a sick person. This goes for the regular flu as well!
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