Flu jabs panic grips Wall Street

New York City health officials yesterday scrambled to explain themselves in the wake of media reports about bankers who got scarce H1N1 flu vaccines through their employers. Members of Congress fired off letters demanding immediate explanations and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reminded state and city health officers of the need to make sure the most vulnerable people get shots first. The CDC estimates swine flu has infected more than 5m people.