In February 2010, The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 12 countries had recorded a possible link between the development of narcolepsy, a chronic nervous system disorder that makes people uncontrollably fall asleep, and the H1N1 vaccine. Finland, was one of those countries who openly admitted that the swine flu vaccine “conclusively” causes narcolepsy. The Finnish government acknowledged that link and said that would pay for “lifetime medical care” for 79 children who have been irreparably damaged by the swine flu vaccine. Narcolepsy wasn’t the only side effect admitted to be caused by swine flu vaccines: 76 of the 79 children also suffered hallucinations and “paralyzing physical collapses”.
Narcolepsy and encephalitis were side effects of the 1918 Bird Flu (H1N1) epidemic. Narcolepsy secondary to H1N1 can occur due to catching the flu or having a flu shot. If that is a person's bodily predisposition, it will happen either way. But that is due to the unique nature of people and not the vaccine itself.
That's why Findland reversed the ban. ; )