Dr Aemun Javed,Dr Muhammad Fawad ul Hassan,Dr Faiz Shakeel.
Influenza A virus and B virus infect humans and can lead to death if secondary pneumonia occurs. A variety of traditional and non-degradable delivery methods are available to local health services (LHDs) across the USA. The aim of this task is to analyse the techniques of delivery of the flu vaccines employed in the U.S. and Texas by the Austins/Travis County Health & Human Services (ATCHHSD). 2011-2012 influenza. The results of an online survey survey conducted by Qualtrics, an online survey provider, in the 25 LHDs Vaccines. The vaccine delivery systems for LHD and ACTHHSD influenza vaccines had many similarities. Both were administered by regular HDL clinics, leading influenza clinics by appointment, clinics lobbying, strike groups, vulnerability contact activities, and external partnering. They also have partnered in the provision of vaccines to unpaid university districts. Their vaccine was promoted by radio, TV, Facebook and Twitter. The 25 LHDs and ATCHHSD stated that their self-reported assessment of performance and efficiency includes highly skilled personnel. Many differences between LHD and ATCHHSD were observed; most 25 LHDs did not conduct major flu clinics as opposed to ATCHSD. Those running mass transportation clinics began running it like ATCHHSD in October and not September. On average, more people have been vaccinated for LHDs than ATCHSD in each worker. Overall, in addition to flu shot, daily vaccine is $36 per 25 LHD health center, although it costs ATCHHSD $10.00. Twenty percent and 25 percent of Medicare and Medicaid LHD's common private insurance accounts for 36 percent. Medicare, Medicaid was founded by ATCHSD, but not a non-public insurance agency. Finally, the transmission time for 25 LHD is normal (14 minutes) and is 15 minutes below ATCHSD