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Clinics Adjust to Long Lines for Flu Vaccine

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Clinics Adjust to Long Lines for Flu Vaccine

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Clinics Adjust to Long Lines for Flu Vaccine

Clinics Adjust to Long Lines for Flu Vaccine

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With nearly half of flu vaccines no longer available, clinics around the country are scrambling to provide what's left for those who need them most. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Charlotte Waters, an administrator at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs. People at the hospital's flu clinic have been waiting in long lines to get flu shots.

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