|The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has embarked on an extensive immunization drive, and, by later in the flu season, there will be enough vaccine for the general population. But, to date, the 50 states have received only part of the available stock based on their populations. At the moment, demand is far outstripping supply -- and patience.
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