For Many at Risk, Flu Shot Shortage Is Palpable

Across the country, thousands lined up over the weekend to get flu vaccines and were turned away. At one vaccine clinic in Arlington, Va., hopeful patients in groups considered most at risk for flu complications waited in long lines, though many failed to receive the shots. Hear NPR's Libby Lewis.

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