(08/29/2011)
The Centers for Disease Control and prevention says there is plenty of flu vaccine available this year.

CDC officials say just about everyone older than six months of age should get flu shots each year.

Last year, 41-percent of American adults were inoculated against seasonal flu.

This year, people 65 and older can choose a new, high dose form of the flu vaccine.

Flu shots should be available beginning in September.

Flu season typically runs from October to May.


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