"Well, not really surprised if we could get everything you need to do it. You know, there's not a shortage right now of the capsules. But there is a suspension so you got to get the liquids to make it," said Jeff Minard, pharmacist
The Centers for Disease Control said spot shortages of Tamiflu aren't too much of a worry. But they're monitoring what's happening around the nation
"(It) is much more of a spot shortage that here and there, you know, there's a pharmacy that doesn't have usually the liquid formulation. But there's quite a bit of the capsule formulations out there," said Anne Schuchat, CDC.
The CDC says it is OK to use expired Tamiflu to treat H1N1. At the Porter Co H1N1 vaccination clinic the region's chief medical officer says in a pandemic there's reason to bend the rules.
"Most of the manufacturers build in a real cushion insofar as the expiration date is concerned, so the drugs are still a very viable product long after the expiration date," said Dr. Gary Babcoke Porter County Indiana Health Dept.
Officials said Tamiflu is OK to use up to a year after the expiration date.