Callie Schweitzer

undergraduate, USC

Guest

Undergraduate majoring print journalism at the University of Southern California and staff reporter for Neon Tommy, the online digital publication of USC's Annenberg School for Journalism

Callie Schweitzer on KCRW

Los Angeles County's Department of Health said today that an  unexpected shortage  has left it with 810,000 doses of swine flu vaccine compared to the 5.5 million people who fall…

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